After a clean OS X install (Snow Lpd updated to Lion) and all system updates, I have imported my old bookmarks (html created by Safari just couple of days back). After import they appear on the left panel as Imported xx.xx.2012.After relaunching Safari 5.1.7, the folder is gone. More than that, Safari won't retain any webpage bookmarked, they would all disappear when I quit (or relaunch) Safari.I have trashed the com.apple. Safari. plist file a few time already and emptied the trash, repaired disk permissions, but problem persists.
Info: MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.7.4), BTO 2.8Ghz, 7200RPM, antiglare
For the past few months, I've been having a few problems with iTunes. This was happening way back in Ver. 8, and since upgrading to iTunes 9, the issue remains. I've also tried re-installing iTunes 9, but no luck.First off, iTunes invokes spaces randomly. Say I'm searching in Safari - Spaces will automatically switch to iTunes, and after switching back - it does it again and again, and then it stops, for about 20 minutes.
I have reinstalled my system (via Lion's system restore), reinstalled iTunes, including reseting the library and reimporting media. Same thing. Everything I hit play, or another songs plays at the end of another, the dock & finder relaunches. Everything else is flawless. I have another OS on another drive, for music, which shares the library and it's fine. 10.7.4 OS's & 10.6.3 iTunes.
Info: Mac Pro 2.66Ghz 8-core Nehalem. 20gb/2tb/2tb/2tb/2tb, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Did have Logic Node Macs G5 Dual 2.7Ghz, Dual 1.8, now servers
The program will not quit.Â When I force quit iTunes or quit it normally, it relaunches almost immediately.Â I can not shut down my MacBook properly because the program is running and cannot be quit.Â Anytime I shut down my computer, I have to force it by holding down the power key and iTunes once again comes up on its own after the computer is turned on.Â It is so frustrating!Â I hoped that installing the newest version, 10.6.1 would solve the problem but it hasn't.Â To even install the program, iTunes had to be quit so I had to force shut down my computer, and hurry and move the version of iTunes I had to the trash as soon as I turned the computer back on before the program opened on its own.Still no luck..open iTunes in safe mode but I can't open iTunes that way because I can't even close it before I would be able to open it!
Info: MacBook (13-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.5.8)
The last 2 days i have a problem with iTunes. Everytime I try to open it, i get the message "Itunes quit unexpectedly". I deleted iTunes and installed it again, but the same thing happens. I am new in Mac so i may have made some mistake in deleting it.
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?
Just bought and installed leopard (upgrade on my macbook) and it was working fine for a bit untill i got a bit ambitious and was doing a bit too much while spotlight was indexing, so it froze, i restarted and now finder wontoad propery, i get a dock and a menu bar that is not responsive, and doesnt include any icons up the right end including the time, but the spotlight icon is still there. My desktop icons wont load either. I can load firefox from the dock and that is it. I have terminal in the dock but that just bounces for a bit and crashes. When i cmd-alt-esc and force relaunch finder it doesnt do anything...
Is it normal for the Finder to quit using the Cmd+ Q? I thought it needs to be force quit. But of late, sometimes, accidentally if I press Cmd+Q on a finder window, it quits, and does not relaunch either. So to speak, the Desktop disappears. I have to launch Downloads/Documents from the Dock to start the finder running once again. Doesn't seem Mac like. Something wrong, is it? And I recall this started happening after I ran an update for 10.6.1. It was running fine with 10.6.0
I bought an AT&T air card for my comp to receive internet on and when it stopped working I deleted the program in hopes that when all the files were deleted that it would relaunch and I could start anew. To my knowledge all the files are gone and the air card's program still won't relaunch. It doesnt show up on the desktop when plugged in so I have no way of accessing it.
I have that other software installed on my bootcamp, because all of my engineering classes require it. It is Windows 7 Ultimate. When I try to use bootcamp to restart in OSX Lion, it fails to load. I get the grey spinning wheel for a long time. When it fails to load, I safe boot. Does not work. Then I load up the CMND+R option and verify/repair disks, and try to restart in OSX. Still nothing. The only way to get it to work is if I restore from a backup, or completely redownload Lion. Does anyone else have this problem? This is the third time in months it has done it to me.Â I have a Fall 2010 15" MBP with 2.66 i7, 8 GB ram, and Intel HD Graphics card.Â
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
Also, my battery life is at about 2 hours with only Safari and Google Chrome open. I have a 1-year old 13 inch Macbook Pro. I made a different user and the finder worked on there, but I'd like to make it work on my main account since that has all my files.
How do I close an application that won't quit and doesn't show up in the force quit dialogue box? I was trying to open Printer Pro but it doesn't show up in the finder and when I tried to put it in the trash it says it can't throw it away because it's open. The forced quit dialogue box does not list it as open. What do I do?
That was supposed to be APPLICATION
Info: MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)
I've run into a very nasty problem with my macbook (late 2007 normal macbook model I think). Whenever it closes, the monitor goes black. This is normal. What isn't normal is this: whenever I open it and then either start it/awaken it, it gives me the screen... and then the monitor turns the brightness off again! This happens randomly, I have to close and open my screen quite a few times to get it to work-even if I restart the computer. I don't what's causing this, or how to fix it, although I have a hunch that it's the hinge on the back; it started shortly (but not directly) after I replaced my CD drive... I have the tools and instructions needed to open my machine up if it's a fairly simple fix, but I need to know what's going on first.
I bought a new mac today and installed osx again... even though it comes installed, from that point i now can not get into safari and it keeps unexpectedly quitting instantly. what should i do, did i already mess up the computer bad?
For the past month or two, iTunes has been constantly and automatically re-opening whenever I quit it. It's very strange and happens about 3/4 of the time. It's not active, not syncing, sometimes not even playing, etc.
I was watching a movie that I rented on iTunes and it froze halfway through so I closed iTunes and forced quit it but when I opened it again my rented movie didn't even show up (this was within the 24 hour rental period, it's only been 4 hours so far). Is apple allowed to do this or is there something wrong with my account?
Whenever I try to open iTunes I get this message saying that iTunes quit unexpectedly while using the libcrypto.0.9.8.dylib plug-in. It did this a few days ago so I tried re-installing iTunes and it worked after rebooting but it didn't work this time.