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What you describe indicates a failing disk. Here are 3 methods to fix that. If you can start in Safe Mode then use Disk Utility to try to repair it. Alternatively use the cmd+r to boot in to the recovery mode and use the Disk Utility If that did not work start in Single user mode and run fsck -fs to try to repair it. See this Apple KB article here: ...


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Turn off Wifi Reboot Works very well


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Well, try not capitalized and capitalized. Or just restart it. Maybe you could bring your MacBook to an Apple Store or where you bought it ( what I highly recommend or if all of the ideas don't work ).


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It's going to be hard to pinpoint things from one crash log. Have a look here in how to interpret kernel panics and see if you have any. If you do, log the time of each panic and list that in summary in your question (or ask a new one). Then find the Apple Knowledge base about troubleshooting kernel panics and progress through the triage steps. Lastly, ...


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So I figured it out. It was the Logitech Control Center for Marble Trackball. It doesn't leave anything in the system log. The watchdogd complains every time I close the lid, and it is independent of the input hang phenomenon. I uninstalled LCC 3.9.2. May 14 10:06:44 zealot kernel[0]: Google Chrome He (map: 0xffffff8033437b40) triggered DYLD shared region ...


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Make a backup of /Users/YOUR_USERNAME/Library/FontCollections, and then delete that folder. Most likely, it's a corrupt font collection. Then, recreate the folder, and add each one back if you really want to investigate. Otherwise, just delete the collections and start over.


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Reading your logs shows: You are connecting to a server named FUTCHERIMAGER to get your Internet which seems to have some problems with your connection. Your Bluetooth and your WiFi should be turned off if you do not use them. It looks like you are using the Airplay, so you might need to turn them on back again.


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Turn on the computer, while booting hold Command + R. When you reach the recovery screen, go to terminal, it's in Utilities ▹ Terminal. Type 'resetpassword'. A GUI should appear and guide you through the process, this could likely refresh the corrupt files which are causing your inability to log in. You may also find luck in trying to boot holding shift, ...


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To prevent all of this, I recommend to create two admin accounts on your Mac. So if this problem comes, you can delete the damaged account and still log into your Mac


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For future reference. I had the same problem, but found this solution: Back up. (You should always have a backup.) In Finder, select the menu: Go ▹ Go to Folder... and enter: /var/db/CoreDuet Delete the files inside that start with coreduetd. In my case it was 3 files. Enter your Administrator password when prompted. Reboot your Mac.


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This fix from Reddit worked perfectly for me!! http://www.reddit.com/r/osx/comments/2jtikj/finder_not_responding_new_yosemite_install/ You can most likely fix the issue by clearing out Finder's saved state, caches, and/or settings. Use Spotlight (the search icon in the far right of the menu bar) to find and open the "Terminal" application. Triple-click ...


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Try cleaning the dust bunnies out of the video card. After months of making me crazy I think I tracked it down to dust blocking the heat sink channels on my video card. I was blaming my freezed on Flash, but I realize that was working my video card just hard enough it got hot and quit. Haven't had a freeze in days.



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