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I have installed a GPU driver from NVidia and I haven't had any freezes for a month. I have then switched back to the native driver and I got a freeze in less than a day. So I am fairly confident that a different driver fixes the issue. The driver installation procedure is not straightforward, but is well documented on Daniel Kramnik's website. First, go ...


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I think it's been turned off. Is it possible that its got something to do with apple software update - Security update 2014-004? I managed to reinstall Lion seems ok for now. And I did not downloaded any security update, crsud is also not located in that directory yet.


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Ok all, I had all the issues listed above & just wanted to toss it out the window. It would crash every 5 minutes & had the constant beach ball. I would have Terminal open & Finder was always 'not responding'. My iMac had 24gig ram, which is way more than the standard 8 it ships with. Well, all my issues went away when I maxed it out with 32gig. ...


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You can restore your iPhone follow this instruction OR ask Apple do the restore for you.


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This appears to be a variation on the boot cache problem with initial upgrade installations of Yosemite. The difficulty for solving it appears to be knowing precisely when to press and release the shift key to enter Safe boot mode, which remedies the problem. The procedure is explained at http://support.apple.com/kb/PH18760. Shut down the computer by ...


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Try giving the Mac a hard shutdown using shift-control-option-power, then restart in safe boot (hold shift at the startup chime) and see what happens. If you get a successful boot it will either be 10.6 or 10.10, and at this point I'd strongly suggest making a USB installer for Yosemite rather than simply running the install application - one good reason for ...


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I have a 27" iMac running Windows 7 Boot Camp and 10.10. I've occasionally had problems like this. Usually I can resolve it by booting to the Mac OS and running Disk Utility disk repair on both the Volume and OS X Partition. It would be nice if you could do it on your PC partition as well, but such is life. Another thing you might want to check is your ...


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As SSDs age, it takes more and more work for them to store data. This is only made worse by having less than 1GB of space available. In my experience (with a 2010 Macbook Air, with the 250GB SSD), performance GREATLY improved when I had >10% free space. Do what you can to give your computer some breathing room! Delete some files now! Here's a classic ...


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SOLUTION: the firewall app HandsOff blocked DNS requests even if I desactivated it. I uninstalled it and now it's works fine.


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On reading the first post I was screaming at you hard drive cable! (I'm here too late) as they are always the cause on these machines from 09-12 it seems they fail and the Mac runs slow or you end up not being able to access the hard drive at all and get white screen with boot options on startup with no fix other than a new cable. By the way have you ...



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