Any other things going wrong that you are aware of or is this it? Because it is more then one program affected I am not certain if it is hardware or software. Can you open pictures in iPhoto?
HI,Any other things going wrong that you are aware of or is this it? Because it is more then one program affected I am not certain if it is hardware or software. Can you open pictures in iPhoto?
Did you just update to Lion like another poster did? If that is the case I would call AppleCare for their recommendation.HI,
Thanks for the quick reply mate, I can open iPhoto and it's pictures but sometimes the scroll bar at the bottom in iPhoto 11 doesn't display other images in the same album. Not sure if that is also the same problem but something I noticed
I have all the videos on my internal and still happening so not sure what's going onHey! I've just updated to Lion this week on my imac 27 2011 and here I have the same thing as the OP in Itunes. The screen is frozen, however, the sound keep playing. This is the second time it does happen.
Edit: I think maybe it was because the video was on an External HDD and it was not completely waken up when itunes tried to play. This might explain why it does work sometimes, and not some other. I will try for the next couples of days without any video on any external HDD to see if this glitch would happen again.
This is a big problem with (2011?) iMacs and Lion at the moment, it seems to only happen after the Mac is woken from sleep. I too am suffering from this, but I am not getting the pink screen like the OP. Check out this thread:Funny, i have been running Lion for two weeks and for the first time, yesterday and today, my Mac'27 (which i own for 2 months already) completely froze for the first time . . .
Froze the way that i had to do restart (hold power button).
Froze when i started playing a video on youtube (Chrome) . . .
Thou i did not get this pink display. I could move my mouse, but nothing reacts, hovering over the dock, the icons would not zoom, pressing a shortcut would do nothing and waiting for 15 minutes did not bring the mac back. So i had to do a restart (hold power button)
Is there a crash log in Mac, so that i can investigate what really happened . . . ?