Error: A Cocoa NSImageCacheException was not handled:

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Mac1212, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. Mac1212 macrumors member

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    A while back i started programming a little bit for fun, when i restarted my mac i got this error and i can't close or hide it, force shutdown or click OK, its really annoying i have to drag it down in the corner, here is a picture:

    http://idisk.me.com/morten.pedersen.../WDDriveManagerStatusMenu-20090825-230018.jpg

    Looks like there is a logo of western digital hard drive, witch i dont have so i dont understand what that is.
     
  2. lee1210 macrumors 68040

    lee1210

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    It would be best to track down what app owns this window, and remove it from your startup items, etc. The best route to follow, in my opinion, would be to try to look at "windowed processes" first and see if anything stands out. You can also hit "Quit process" when you think you've found it and see if this gets rid of the window. When you find the process responsible, you can take it down and try to see if this is something you've installed that might have an update available, or simply stop it from starting automatically. There may be a few ways it's scheduled to start, but once you find it people may be able to give you a better idea on hunting it down and eliminating it.

    -Lee
     
  3. Mac1212 thread starter macrumors member

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    lol i feel so stupid now, why didn't i think of that.. Thank you, found it and eliminated it.
     

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