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menu icons (menulets) on menu bar not appearing?!?!??!?


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recently i installed apple's 10.6.7 combo update. It installed correctly (i think), and then the menulets (menu icons) dissapeared. i had date & time, battery, spotlight, AirPort, fast user switching, volume, and bluetooth on the menu bar.
the only thing that may of caused it is that i "slightly" (meaning alot) modded my OS by enabling 64-bit mode on my macbook and a few other things. Any help would be GREAT!

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Why don't you "un-mod" whatever it is you "modified" and see if things return to normal? For what reason did you set it up to run in 64 bit mode anyway?
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One problem is that I forgot what I modded because its been so long. I think that when I upgraded to 10.6.7, it messed p the menulets. Any help would be great!

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