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Check Get Info on /Applications/Safari.app. When I had problems with Safari like this, the permissions it showed 2 entries for everyone. One was set to read-only, the other to read-write. I had not seen 2 settings for everyone before, so I set the second one to read-only. Bingo – instantly everything was full speed again. I rebooted to be sure, and all is ...


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I'm having the exact same issue - Moved from Exchange to Exchange Online/365 and I can't remove the old account from Outlook for Mac 2011 (using Settings / Accounts / Delete). Outlook crashes every time. Same if I go into Work Offline mode, unfortunately. After some googling, I found this link to manually remove the account: ...


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It's going to be hard to pinpoint things from one crash log. Have a look here in how to interpret kernel panics and see if you have any. If you do, log the time of each panic and list that in summary in your question (or ask a new one). Then find the Apple Knowledge base about troubleshooting kernel panics and progress through the triage steps. Lastly, ...


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I see it shows the mtmd been the problem......... DESCRIPTION mtmd is the Mobile Time Machine snapshot daemon. It is responsible for creating local snapshots of files in real time. It obeys the same exclusion configuration as external Time Machine backups For what I see from your log, there was a problem with the Hard Disk, and with the USB disk ...


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In your Utility Folder open the Console app. In the all messages view scroll back to the time when you logged in and take a look what is it reporting. (or paste it here (some 50 lines) for us to look at) You can also use the Terminal app (also in your Utility folder) and copy paste following to see which app crashed. ps aux | grep -w Z


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Here’s how I would troubleshoot this panic: You’ve disabled OSX’s native memory compression using low level sysctl parameters: “Boot args: vm_compressor=2”. Clear that boot argument according to the command below, then test: sudo nvram -d boot-args Rule out third party software: The most common cause of kernel panics are third party kernel extensions ...


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I read following as possible trouble makers: globaldelight app Uninstall the Boom app and test kernel panics without it. AdGuard App Remove it and test without it. To take a closer look at what processes died in the last 7 days use this Terminal command: ps aux | grep -w Z It will show you the list of processes that died.


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@Pedr, since i've not got enough "reputation", i'm not allowed to add a comment. but if you happen to see this before it gets deleted, can you please share how you discovered the cause of your issues were motherboard related? thanks!


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As tubedogg has mentioned, it is the .DS_Store which stores the information related how the Finder formats a particular folder's view. By deleting the .DS_Store file using Terminal.app, you will reset the view options of that folder. However, if you are not comfortable using the terminal, you can go to Finder, and open a new window from the File menu: File ...


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You can reset OS X's icon cache with the following commands. Just copy and paste each into a Terminal window and then reboot your Mac. sudo find /private/var/folders/ -name com.apple.dock.iconcache -exec rm {} \; sudo find /private/var/folders/ -name com.apple.iconservices -exec rm -rf {} \; sudo rm -rf /Library/Caches/com.apple.iconservices.store ...


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Those informations are stored in Console application under Diagnostic and Usage Information. Here's screenshot: You can also find them in: ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/ /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/


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To your first question: Open System Preference -General settings, and select following: To your second question: (actually we do not like to have more than one question, but since they are related...) that is a Safari settings.


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I found that kernal panics and complete freezes often happen due to bad drivers, usually third party. You could try to remove devices like external bluetooth dongles or external wifi adapters for a while to see if it keeps crashing, and if you find the device causing it perhaps look for different drivers. I hope this helps you find the cause more quickly, as ...


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Far too late for this answer to be useful to the OP… but the trick is, once you've copied your whole iTunes folder from your backup into its original location, to 'spoil' the iTunes Library.itl file, [with iTunes quit] then on next launch it will see the broken file & recreate it, restoring all your playlists. You usually lose a few album covers, idk ...



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