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Instead of launching Terminal You can make something like: repeat delay (random number from 1 to 5) -- Change the delay in seconds do shell script "say Hello" end repeat You can save it as an app and then change its Info.plist file to hide it from Dock. Simply add this line inside Hello.app/Contents/Info.plist: <key>LSUIElement</key> ...


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Use the recovery mode of OSX to run Disk Utility so that you can check whether your HDD is faulty. See: https://www.apple.com/osx/recovery/


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How many items are there on the desktop? How much RAM does your machine has? How much storage are you using? If you are using lot of storage then try cleaning up your temporary files using cleanmymac or some software from mac app store. That should help.


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Your desktop loading takes to long and to many resources. Starting a app meanwhile will be delayed till that process has completed.


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To boot into verbose mode use CmdV on boot up.


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I finally found a solution. This happened to me again and I could not even get my computer to startup. I found this website for repairing your disk in single user mode. http://www.everythingmacintosh.com/tech-notes/repair-your-hard-disk-in-single-user-mode/ The solution is to run /sbin/fsck -fy in single user mode.


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Problem solved based on this: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5582982?start=15&tstart=0 Looks like my OS was installed via Migration Assistant or something like that. So, if you change the Full name in System Preferences --> Users & Groups, for some reasons, Open Directory still look for the old one. That's the reason why you got: ...


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This site works best when using one question at the time, so the answers can be found by others for specific topic, but lets make a exception. Your problem might be somewhere else (so we need your Console report for that) but to answer your questions: 1- Is there any way to make sure that my SSD has been replaced? Short of opening the computer and looking ...


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This solution worked for me https://support.filetransporter.com/article/AA-00398 Cick the Finder icon in the Dock. From the Go menu, choose Utilities. Open the Terminal app. Type: sudo update_dyld_shared_cache -force Press Return. When prompted, enter your OS X user password, and press Return.


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Hold down the mute button on your keyboard whenever you boot it


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Here's a solution as of Mavericks 10.9.4 that works on my retina macbook pro. Open terminal (Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app) To turn the sound of enter this (it will prompt you for admin password): sudo nvram SystemAudioVolume=%80 This will turn it back on: sudo nvram -d SystemAudioVolume



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