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You can reset Mail's settings by running the following one-liner in Terminal: killall Mail &> /dev/null; mv ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.mail/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail.plist ~/Desktop && open -a Mail


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I would suggest you download and install a fresh copy of iTunes and report back. Before doing that, though, I suggest you create new user account on the iMac and see if iTunes hangs up when you plug in the phone. If there is no problem, then perhaps something is wrong with the iTunes preference files for your account. Lastly, you might want to sign out of ...


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If an SMC "soft" reset doesn't work using the official method, remove the bottom cover and disconnect the battery for a few minutes. I had issues with a non-existent SD card reader on my 2011 MBP, it wasn't recognised in System Profiler and none of the usual resets would make it work. It wasn't a software issue in my case as booting from an external drive ...


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Here is the list of all Apple BT symbols and they meaning. Additional steps: Log in as different user to see if it is your profile related. Start in safe mode to see if other applications are making problems Since you have another major problem with missing BT in sys pref, resetting SMC and PRAM might help. Use Manual method to ON/OFF the BT Type ...


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I think my hardware is just fine. Upgrading to FCP X 10.1.2 solved the issue for me. In case it helps the next person, here's Apple's troubleshooting steps for Final Cut Pro x 10.1 and beyond: http://support.apple.com/kb/ts3893



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