|Oct 23, 2009, 10:20 AM||#1|
[SOLVED] Can't log in to Snow Leopard
Fixed it myself.
What are my options to solve this? Is it likely to be simply a case of booting from the SL DVD and repairing permissions?
I can access all of our important files via sharing (iTunes and iPhoto libraries) on my Hackintosh so they're copying over now but any fixes for this highly appreciated.
One of the odd things is that most of my Applications are showing on the root of my Macintosh HD folder despite the fact I had them all in the Applicatios folder.
I may just go back to Leopard for now as Snow Leopard has been randomly freezing for me lately.
Windows 8 Desktop | iPhone 4s | iPad 2 | Nexus 5 | Nexus 7
Last edited by ChazUK; Oct 23, 2009 at 11:59 AM.
|May 11, 2011, 07:31 AM||#2|
How did you resolve?
Having the same problem, would you mind posting how you fixed it?
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