Tag Info

New answers tagged

2

Apple has a helpful article on Kernel Panics which is what you appear to be experiencing: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT200553 - OS X: When your computer spontaneously restarts or displays "Your computer restarted because of a problem." I would step through that and post back here a new question once you have a specific step that is failing or you don't ...


1

I've started using ⌘R to compile & run the app, to avoid this problem


1

While reading up on this, I found two prevalent suggestions. One from this Ask Different thread: Try to erase the Spotlight index by either running sudo mdutil -Ea or by temporarily adding your startup disk to the privacy tab in the Spotlight preference pane. If that doesn't work, try to run: sudo lsof|grep mdworker or sudo mdutil ...


0

In case you don't read through the comments on Alistair's excellent advice above, once you've renamed/moved/deleted /Users/YOURUSERNAME/Library/Preferences/MobileMeAccounts.plist restart. When Yosemite comes back up again, it will ask you for your iCloud password and it should all work. This does seem to happen if you decline to set up iCloud during the ...


0

I've had the same. Selecting file open>recent and then opening the file you already have open before hitting build&run seems to help.


1

Don't use Alfred myself so I can't give a specific answer. Something I would try though is using opensnoop to see if I can work out where it is failing. If you type sudo opensnoop | grep alfred into a Terminal it'll show you all the files that Alfred is touching. That might help you identify where it is crashing, for example if it is a corrupt plist file.


1

iCloud preferences seem to be spread across a few different plist files. The main one (funnily enough) seems to be called /Users/YOURUSERNAME/Library/Preferences/MobileMeAccounts.plist. That's the one that stores your account details (ID, UUID, DSID and AlternateDSID) and information about the services you have enabled or disabled. You could try closing ...


6

It's not that it's crashing but it's executing the red close button when you hit the play button. I have also seen it exit full screen when you press the stop button. But Yes I have been seeing the same thing.


0

This problem can be resolved by upgrading to Mavericks or Yosemite via the Mac App Store.


0

I have also faced a similar outlook crashing issue and tried rebuilding and even downgrading outlook but in vain. At last I tried Outlook Mac Database Recovery and was extremely happy with the results. I was able to restore my emails as well as recover missing emails which were lost during rebuild. Anyone facing outlook mac database corruption related ...


1

You may need to separate the boot process from the CD reading. First, power off and reset the NVRAM by holding option + command + P + R Then, I would boot with the option key held until you have a grey screen. Once the Mac is at the boot chooser (no apple logo yet), you can then insert the CD. This is firmware running the Mac, so you don't even need an ...


0

Hold the alt or option key and open iMovie. Than choose your library.iMovie should open now.


0

This appears to be the second time this month you've posted about kernel extensions corrupting the registry: Kernal Panic IOAudioFamily second time within 20 days I would be concerned that you have possible hardware issues as kernel panics and corrupted registry issues are definitely not the norm. First step is to boot to Safe Mode to clear your ...


0

I'm getting the same issues, the machine shuts down if I click on a photo in Facebook, sometimes when I click on another app or different page in Word, and especially in the new iMovie where it would crash dozens of times until I just stopped using that iMovie. I went back to the older version and it works fine. Here's my latest log from just this evening. ...



Top 50 recent answers are included