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Downloaded 10.11.5 update to my iMac(2009)Intel Core 2Duo and bang, reboot did not recognize my login. Refused to accept manual logins, but on occasion would accept visitor login previously established. Entire system went wonky on numerous forced reboots, mouse stopped working at another point. This was a mess and I found myself saying, "Apple is the new ...


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I managed to fix the issue using this process: Run “find /private/var/folders/ | grep com.apple.LaunchServices | grep csstore” command and you’ll get a list of files Rename these files to something like [filename].old Reboot Now you'll be able to login to your account. (It may take a couple of minutes to login for the first time)


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I figured out a way to solve this problem without too much trouble. However, it only works with a second mac computer. Put the Mac Pro into target disk mode. Use a cable to hook it up to another mac computer (I used a firewire 800 to thunderbolt cable) Restart other mac computer and hold down option to see boot options. Boot other mac computer from Mac ...


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Got it working finally... The first trick is to remove ALL disks from the MacPro when trying to load setup. You may leave clean HDDs or SSDs where the Mac EFI cannot find MBR or Protected MBR. After you removed all other disks the MacPro4,1 will not directly freeze after choosing EFI Boot on the installer stick. (You will have to create it like mentioned ...


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boot.efi–the thing we're taling about here–is installation specific and is loaded after the hardware boot to handoff to the operating system. You should be fine having two separate installations.



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