My Macbook Pro mid 2009 beeps three times after having change the ram from 2x2(4 Gigs) to 2x4(8Gigs) of RAM. Both new RAM modules do not work either together or by themselves. They do however work with an old RAM module, originally to have been found in my MacBook. What I need to do to make both new RAM modules work?!
I have a Mid 2010 15" Macbook Pro, core i7 processor, 1.5TB HD, and 8GB of Ram
In November it started having problems with a gray screen with folder and question mark. I defragged and re-optimized the volumes of the hard drive and everything was fine. I have tried reinstalling both ram chips twice. It worked fine for a few weeks and then I started getting beeps and error codes. I can startup fine but after using for a minute or two the screen freezes and three beeps start. Othertimes a panic code will come up too.
I've attached the panic codes in images.
Error Code – panic cpu 2 caller 0xffffff000b2dca29
***Are the Ram chips bad? Or is there an issue with the Logic Board
My mac is up to date with mavericks 10.9.3 but the mail application won't upgrade since when I open it a message appears "upgrading your mail database... this make take a few minutes" but it just freezes. I have tried restarting the app, the mac and I dont know what else to do.
Info: MacBook Air (13-inch Late 2010), OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)
I'd like to upgrade my 3Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac from OSX 10.8.5 to OSX 10.9.4, but I'm put off by the user reviews. I can't take days/weeks/months to debug an OS upgrade and get the settings back to a useful state. How do I avoid the problems so many users complain about?
I can't to upgrade my macbook pro from 2011 to os Maverick... I tried a infinities times but, when the software finish to download, tells me, that have a problem to the software, it's necesary to delate and try again... Only one time I can do it, but my mac it locks...
13" Macbook pro (mid 2010) running Mavericks 10.9.4, Processor 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, Memory 16 GB 1067 MHz DDR3, Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 320M 256Mb, Crucial SSD 240Gb, Seagate Goflex Home NAS drive 2TB, Wifi network is BT Infinity.
Since upgrading to Mavericks, my macbook pro cannot see the Goflex Home drive on the network at all. I am confident that the problem lies within Mavericks as the Goflex Home drive can be accessed perfectly on the same network using my older PowerMac, my iPad and my iPhone. Also, the NAS is accessible via the internet through the Seagate Share facility.
How do I tell what year my iMac is? I wish to upgrade a 24" iMac to Mavericks. If I cannot upgrade without updating hardware I wish to know what hardware I need to best upgrade my iMac (short of buying a new iMac).
I lost my second monitor when I upgraded to 10.9.4 from 10.9.2 a few months ago.I went back to OS X 10.9.2 and it works fine right now, but I would like to upgrade to Max OS X 10.9.4 hoping Apple has fixed the problem.Present infoOS X 10.9.2 (13C1021) 2 x 3 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon. Memory 14 GB 800 MHz DDR2 FB-DIMMNVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 4096 MBAJA KONA 3There is a new CUDA driver. But NVDIA said that CUDA has nothing to do with a second monitor and speak to Apple. Who do I call?
I'm using it for video editing.
This happened before when I upgraded last year but now I have the new NVDIA card
I have upgraded my software to 10.9.3 and now I am having serious issues with all of my applications just freezing up with all of the applications saying Application Not Responding. I am using a iMac 2.8 GHz core, 4G Memory, 800 Mhz. I have as much additional memory installed as I can.
I just upgraded to Mavericks and get the following message in network diagnostics: Wi-Fi has the self-assigned IP address 169.254.82.167 and will not be able to connect to the Internet.don't understand whether this is the IP address of the computer or my router or what and why it is a problem. I have two wifi networks in the house and cannot connect to either one. One is on an airport. The other is on a comcast modem, router. They both yield the same message.
Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2010), OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)
Just got my MacBook Air back from a certified Apple repair shop - I'd had maintenance done, including upgrading to Mavericks (10.9.3). Plugged it in, started it up and never got beyond the startup screen - Apple logo and spinning wheel after 5, 8, 10 minutes...
Tried starting in Safe Mode, but once the load bar progresses about 1/5 of the way, the bar disappears, the wheel spins and then the screen goes black.
I upgraded to 10.9.4 today. After doing so the internal speakers output option is not available in the Sound control panel. My only selections are the Soundflower output choices from my previous install of Soundflower. how I could restore normal sound output to the speakers?
I have a mid-2010 iMac running 10.6.8. It has 4GB of memory and over 500GB of available space. It meets all required upgrade specs, but when I try to upgrade to Mavericks, I get the following Alert during the Mavericks download: OS X Mavericks cannot be installed on this computer.
Info: iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.6.8)
Now, following the Mavericks upgrade a little over 2months ago, it is taking several minutes for browsers to load. It does not matter which one I use, Safari, Firefox, or Chrome. Safari is set as my default. There are no additional plug=ins and I use only one browser at a time, never have 2 open at same time. Do I have too many documents, bookmarks or Reading List?
Also several times a day a black screen happens telling me that iTunes has nothing in it. I know this but am bewildered at why it keeps giving me this info. How do I turn it off without removing it, iTunes I mean.
On 6/27 I upgraded from 10.8.x (don't remember which version specifically) to 10.9.3. Since then, my 2012 Macbook Pro has been crashing every 20-90 minutes - a complete crash/reboot. The crashes happen regardless of what apps I'm running - there does not seem to be a particular trigger. Upon rebooting, all of the open apps/windows reload and I get the standard "do you want to report this to apple" message. The only time it does NOT crash is if I'm not actively using it - e.g. if I let it go to sleep at night, it will not crash overnight.
Everything was fine before I upgraded to 10.9.3, and I have made no other changes to my setup.
The first thing I tried was creating a new user so I could see if the problem was isolated to my user account - the crashes persisted even on a completely new user. Next, I tried booting from partition and erasing the hard drive entirely, reinstalling the OS, and then choosing "setup from time capsule" - no dice; still crashes. Finally, I tried creating a new user and then using "migration assistant" to migrate my user info, and while the migration assistant itself worked just fine, it's still crashing.
(Unfortunately, my time capsule backup is from right AFTER I upgraded to 10.9.3, so that might be the reason that those "solutions" didn't fix anything)
At this point I would even be willing to start completely from scratch (at least I could import all of my documents, music, etc from my hard drive), but there is no way for me to force it to start "fresh" - if I boot from partition so I can erase the hard drive and then reinstall the OS, I can't get past the Disk Utility screen (so my only option is to set up from the time capsule!).
This Macbook Pro has been running Mavericks from the beginning and has gone through at least one other upgrade. After upgrading to 10.9.4 today, this popup keeps coming, sometimes with an application/account name sometimes not. Of course "login" is fine in keychain and many applications/Web sites using "login" keychain continue to work, including those implicated in popups. I tried "Verify/Repair" in Keychain First Aid. No error found. I tried to repair file system in Disk Utility. Nothing changes.
I have a Macbook pro (2.7 Ghz intel Core i7, 4 GB) with snow leopard (10.6.8) which I wanted to upgrade (finally) to Mavericks.
Sadly every time I press in the App store "free upgrade", the spinning wheel pops up and after a few seconds, when I select the application list I see that App store is no longer responding and I have to Force Quit the application.
Installed Mavericks yesterday over Snow Leopard (10.6.8) and have had a host of problems that have paralysed my computer use. The most irritating problem has been that I use the glass chime for my calendar alert. Well, it won't stop ringing--it's like a button's depressed and stuck in that position. It renders the audio unusable now, which means no VOIP calling or audio of any kind as I'm forced to keep it on mute. My mouse is fluttering all over the place.
I have recently upgraded to Mavericks and now find that my old Word files (2004) can't be opened. (I can still open my Word 2008 files.) I have been a maths teacher for decades and have many old files which are still very useful but they contain more than just text; they contain diagrams, MathType expressions etc. etc. I need to be able to convert these files to files that can be opened with Mavericks. How I can do this?
Yesterday had sound and no today nothing. Not on Logic, except midi keyboard, no audio in Quicktime, no audio on the internet, and no audio in iTunes. Computer went into a slight sleep. This no longer exists to delete it: /Lib
rary/Preferences/com.apple.soundpref.plist and I deleted /Library/Preferences/Audio/com.apple.audio.DeviceSettings.plist/Library/Preferences/Audio/com.apple.audio.SystemSettings.plist
and I PRAMed Restarting and still nothing!
Info: Mac Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.1), Logic 9 and Logic Pro X
I've a Macrbook Pro running Mavericks. My printer is an HP C6180. Prior to upgrading to Mavericks from Lion, I had no issues printing wirelessly. I upgraded to Mavericks and I'm unable to print to the printer through wireless. If I connect the printer to the Macbook via USB it works fine. I connected it through USB and ran Software Update. An update for the HP driver was found and installed. I'm still unable to print wirelessly. Both Macbook Pro and printer are on the same wireless network. Nothing has changed with the wireless network. The only thing new is the upgrade to Mavericks from Lion.
I found a similar post Unable to Connect to Printer HP Photosmart C6180 which indicated deleting the /Library/Printers/hp folder, restarting, and then reinstalling the the drivers using software update worked. I did that as well with no luck.
When I try to add the printer it's just not in the list of printers available.