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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by TantalizedMind, Dec 1, 2007.
What is this!?
It's normal. If you are in Leopard and you get 9 of them, its normal. Over nine is not normal, though.
EDIT: o get rid of all of them except for the ARDAgent one, which Apple says is normal, you need to download the full 10.5.1 from Apple's website and install it.
I already have 10.5.1. Before that update Disc Utility wouldn't even work. Now, after the new update I am getting these errors.
To the OP, would you please share where you got that cool desktop background?
haha, I;m actually using that background too, I dont remember where I got it from tho, sorry
I repeat: you need to download the FULL 10.5.1 off Apple.com, not the little one that software update pushes, install it, then repair permissions.
Just curious, why would that make a difference?
No idea, but it does. I just did it this morning.
Here ya' go!
Okay, I just re-installed the update from Apple.com and now Disc Utility won't work. It says it will take less than 1 minute.. though I left it there for 30 min. Man, I'm starting to dislike all computers lately.
That's weird. Boot from your Leopard install disc and run disc utilities from there.