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How do you reverse the un-clickable "Gray menus"? Unable to click open Burn Disc


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[LEFT] Can not figure out how to change gray menu in the finder (or anywhere else) in order to click commands. For example: When attempting to burn a backup file, I could not click "Burn disc" Presently kave NO backup and it is a real concern. Major vital Files relative to my business NOT backed up. Dragged my mac draft into "Disk Copy" and after 40 minutes it reports an "ERROR" Mac Help simply asys see System Administrater. If that means MY account (I am the Administrater) ANYONE know whats going on here?????
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