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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 ...
Hold the alt or option key and open iMovie. Than choose your library.iMovie should open now.
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 ...
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. ...
I also have a razer mouse. My computer did not (yet) have multiple kernel panics a day. I guess it's the driver. I didn't install the razer mouse driver.
If you're on Mavericks, it's easiest to just open System Preferences and check "close windows when quitting an application." That will prevent things like TextEdit from doing the same, so it might not be exactly what you want, but it works.
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