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This is an often reported problem (with Yosemite) that has been fixed recently. As of OS X 10.10.4, released yesterday, Apple reinstated mDNSResponder to handle DNS processes previously assigned to discoveryd since the debut of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. For more information see: ...


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I had the same issue after upgrading to 10.10.4. Repeatedly started in safe mode and tried removing various things, including moving the saved state for Finder as suggested by mcb. What eventually helped was to remove ITunesHelper from Login Items. Open up Users & Groups from System Preferences, select your account and click Login Items, from there ...


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The app store depends on network responses and if the server is overloaded (as it is when big updates roll out), you can get caught waiting. If you're not in a rush - set a timer and try again in 8 and then again in 24 hours. If you are in a rush, force quit the App Store app and open terminal app. You can run softwareupdate -ai and let that window wait ...


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In my case it helped to remove the application state of the Finder. This command will move the state file to your desktop: mv -r ~/Library/Saved\ Application\ State/com.apple.finder.savedState ~/Desktop/com.apple.finder.savedState Then restart the Finder process with killall Finder. If that was successful and you don't need anything from the old state ...


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As you can see in this snippet, it is stuck with the /Library/LaunchAgents/com.oracle.java.Java-Updater.plist, error = 2: No such file or directory Try to repair it by running Java Update. If that does not help you need to repair your installation using the cmd+r.


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Based upon your descriptions, it appears to be an active bug related to smart search and regular search. On page two of that discussion, one of the posters stated the following: Here is what finally fixed for me. I went in mail.app (whose search was totally misbehaving too), and I rebuild all the mailboxes in my accounts. (Select all the folders, ...


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Removing /var/db/CoreDuet/coreduetd.db* coreduetd.db coreduetd.db-shm coreduetd.db-wal files worked for me, I have tried everything else suggested everywhere but this actually worked.


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I have had the same problem since updating to Yosemite. None of the advice posted on any website seems to work until I tried this and so far Mail is working fine https://miapple.me/fixing-mac-os-x-10-10-yosemite-mail-not-responding/ give it a shot


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I use the Mail client under OSX 10.10.3 and tend to let the system run for long stretches. The other day, I determined that I wasn't receiving messages, and the situation deteriorated to where sent messages were sitting in the Outbox. Solution was to Restart the Mac.


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It happens to me a lot when I close a YouTube tab in Safari. When it happens, it's instant. The system is still running. I can move the pointer. But otherwise the entire screen freezes. If I'm lucky it unfreezes in a fraction of a minute. If I'm unlucky it doesn't do that and I have to force a reboot. I've linked it to this message: 5/20/15 8:01:30.630 PM ...


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So, I installed OS X EL Capitan, (10.11) and i started to transfer a 9Gigs app (xCode) to install it, and I had NO freeze, so it is Yosemite, and fixed in OS X El Capitan :) It was only a quick test but On Yosemite doing this froze the system every minute. If I get one freeze during the next days I'l Edit this post. If not I resolve it. Anyway, thank you ...


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If it is a hardware issue, you'll have CPU usage and issues with a stock OS. Back things up and wipe it. Then run the iLife apps like garage band and iMovie and Photos to soak the CPU. Everything in my experience is you have some software issues that aren't ready for the new API and new CPU/GPU and will have occasional panics as the drivers get updated for ...



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