I recently updated my iMac and now none of my applications will open.Checking for a software update that will cure this, but I get the same message that software update has quit unexpectedly.Using Disk Utility I clicked on Verify Disk and I get an error message stating: "Disk Utility stopped verifying 'HD' This disc needs to be repaired.Start up your computer with another disk (such as your Mac OS X instalation disc), and then use Disk Utility to repair this disk."Running Disk Utility from my start up disk that originally came with the computer.I get an error message when clicking on Verify Disk or Repair Disk stating "First Aid Failed.Disk utility stopped repairing 'HD' because the following error was encountered: The underlying task reported failure on exit."†
The icon starts to open and then I get an error message.¬† Some of the apps are Adobe Reader and various Garmin apps.¬† The message is "<name of app> quit unexpectedly" and then it gives a long list of computer info.¬† This happened suddenly and I don't know why.¬† I have used the Disk Utility App but it has not worked.
Error occurs everytime I try to access info on a website. Appears I can pull up any site...no problem as long as I don't click on a link.¬† As soon as I do, receive the error.¬† Have updated my software and disabled java as recommended.¬†
We recently updated from 10.4 to 10.6 and now every time I open Photoshop (4.0) it runs for maybe 30 seconds then stops and gives a message that Photoshop unexpectedly quit. I really need this program for my school work.
Have Word 2004.¬† Don't laugh; it's been working.¬†When got new MBP,¬† Office worked.¬† (Well, can't recall if PPT ever worked with it.)Excel and Word definitely did work.¬†Two weeks ago, Excel started working sporadically, then not at all.Right now(!!), Word suddenly stopped working.¬†"Word quit unexpectedly" and "Excel quit unexpectedly." ¬†
I have my drive partitioned between Tiger and Snow Leopard. I am trying to move myself over to Snow Leopard so I don't have to keep switching. The problem is that my old apps that alledgedly will work in SL, give me an error box when I launch them. It happens with Appleworks 6 and Quicken 2007. I've installed Rosetta but don't know what else to do.When I launch either application, it says it unexpectedly quit and gives this info:¬†Process: [code]
I frequently have to Force Quit my applications - both Microsoft Office apps and Adobe Creative Suite apps. I have an iMac running 10.6.8, connected to a Microsoft 2003 server (the 2008 server works even worse for the iMac connection). I also frequently lose the server connection and have to re-boot to get it back. Re-booting involves pushing the Power button Off, then On because the menu commands don't work.
I have NO issues with the Internet connection - it remains strong throughout. I'm wondering if upgrading to Lion will increase the stability. To do that, I would also have to upgrade my Adobe CS software from CS4 to CS6, and expensive proposition with no guarantee it will resolve these issues. (Many of the Apple techs I called pointed their fingers at the Microsft server.) Is any of this curable? If so, what is the cure?
Info: iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8), connected to Microsoft 2003 server
PowerMac G5 OS 10.5 Leopard - I am getting this error message. If I start up from Install Disk and try to Reinstall the OS, it throws an error message stating "Cannot verify Disk." If I start up from Install Disk, it goes directly to OS Installation without utility options. If I DO NOT Start up from Install Disk, little is recognized, including Main Menu Bar at top. If I insert Install Disk, it does not recognize a disk was inserted to work off. This all happened when: I chose to do a clean restore on the HD to sell the PowerMac. During the process, I had to stop it and I followed directions. Quit Install and select disk to restart from. I chose my HD and proceeded.
I have had a Macbook for about 2 months, and the 1st 2 months all the applications (including system preferences) has worked without a problem. Just about a week ago, iwent to open system preferences. That worked fine. But, when i went to click on "Desktop & Screen Saver" the application froze for a minute, then automatically quit! A screen poped up saying "The application system preferences quit unexpectedly", and gave the the option of closing it, reporting it, or reopening it. I tried to reopen it, but that didn't do anything (the same thing happened). So, i tried to restart my laptop, and when it had finished restarting, i went to do the same thing as before (open desktop and screen saver) and it "quit unexpectedly" again, and the same screen poped up. I still cant get it to open, and it has already been a week.
All applications quit suddenly when I click on print or press command+P. I tried everything to solve the problem including:
1) Uninstalled and reinstalled printer driver software. 2) Removed and readded the printer in printer setup utility 3) Reinstalled the whole operating system (Tiger) and installed all the updates. 4) Then it occured to me to test the printer using other user accounts in my computer and it works fine on other accounts! So the problem is just in my user account!
Since downloading 10.5.1, I have had the message below pop up about every half hour. Almost every time, I click "Report...." to send to failure to Apple. I have also tried clicking "Relaunch," but that done nothing to fix the problem. Half an hour later, the popup comes back again. It has happened now more times than I can count. I have tried to research what this application is, but to no avail. Does anyone have any idea what I can do to fix this or to at least get rid of the pop up?
I have the new MBP. I'm running OS 10.5.6 2.53 ghz intro core 2 duo 4 gigs of ram. I have enough to run it. I had issues installing it. It told me I needed 1 mb to run it. so I drug the folder into the mac HD. When the base game works perfectly. I have all the expansion games. Which works on my IMac running the same thing & my old MBP. When I install the first expansion pack & launch it the error reads. The application the sims 2 quit unexpectedly & it says the same thing when I want to relaunch.
I've been having some issues with my itunes AND adium...for some reason they won't launch, they load for a second and then immediately go to the "....quit unexpectedly" message, when I try to send an error report, it fails as well...I feel like I'm being hacked or something... Has anyone experienced this, more importantly does anyone know how to fix it?
I'm running OS X 10.6.8 Safari version 5.1.4.I updated my macbook today per the update suggestions and now safari gives me this error every time I try to open it: [code] Info: MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
I have installed Adobe CS5 Master Collection on my MacBook Alu (late 2008) and it's works fine on 10.5.8 then I updated to 10.6 -- still works fine, until I updated to 10.7, it quit unexpectedly. I searched on the internet and I found that I must clean-install the OS X, so I do it. Then I install Adobe CS5 again and everything works fine until I updated to 10.7.3¬†After I updated my MacBook to 10.7.3 I have set the system language to Thai, and didn't do anything other. I searched on the internet and found that I must Repair Disk Permission so I do it, and nothing happen, problem still occurs.¬†
one day i open adium, pass 10 seconds and quit's now happend all the time i download adium again and the same thing happendseems when i connect my facebook account to adium, Crash, here it's the report of the crash