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Originally Posted by Macman
sounds like a corrupt os, a clean install would most likely be best. its very possible that norton product caused the problems, it did for me back in os 9.2.2, exact same thing, had to do a clean install. to boot from the cd, not recommended, insert it, shut down your mac, boot up holding down the C on the keyboard until it boots up from the disc.
have you recently , or since the problem started, installed any new software that may be causing an extension conflict?
Okay, so would the clean install wipe away all of the system programs and files?? If not, then what would it replace??
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