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iMac - interesting thing happend today...


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First of all I walked up to the computer and saw a firmware update box. I downloaded it and intalled it. No problem. A little later, I had Safari opened and was almost done posting a message in forum similar to this one. All of sudden it was like someone was holding down the delete key. My freshly typed text was deleting itself one character at a time. Immediately afterwards each browser window closed itself down and eventually the application also closed(safari). I shrugged it off as a ghost or something and didnt pay any mind. Later on I opened safari and noticed that all my bookmarks in one of my folders were gone. The other folders where fine, just this one in perticular. I called applecare and they helped very very little. They are great 95% of the time, but not this time. The person I spoke with seems to think it was the firmware update. Has this ever happened to anyone here before? Could this some kind of bug or virus or me?

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Oops I guess I should take this post to the another area huh?

Sorry new here
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No problem, macTruck. I see you have posted in the correct forum so will lock this one.

Btw, welcome to Mac-Forums!

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