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Finder crashes as soon as I open it, In addition to this, when I plugged my iPod into my Mac, that started crashing too and now doesn't boot.

Crash logs: http://pastebin.com/TCa9CaC3

  • So if you disconnect all cables from your Mac except for perhaps a keyboard, mouse and display if needed. What happens if you reboot the Mac into Safe Mode? Then if you shut down cleanly and restart normally - again without anything optional connected? – bmike Jan 19 '14 at 15:11
  • It now doesn't boot. – h00j Jan 19 '14 at 15:28
  • Not booting again trumps any crash from the system before it went down. You'll want to edit in the specific hardware and OS or contact Apple Support for guidance in what details are needed to start making recommendations. – bmike Jan 19 '14 at 15:42
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Rebooting fixes the finder crash. The iOS crash must be a separate issue

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    There is nothing here I see that adds to the question. Apart from if they want to know the reason the Mac was crashing. The iOs crash should be a new question. @hooj you should accept the answer if you feel your problem is solved and pose a new question for the iOS device if you want help. If not then you should do as Graham suggests. – markhunte Jan 21 '14 at 12:46

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