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Macbook - dude, seriously, whats wrong with my laptop?


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It's me again. for some reason, every time i go onto my laptop, i must expect a problem or something deleted. first my widgets get deleted randomly, then my garageband gets deleted from the library, now reason 3.0 won't work, and now my photoshop stopped working. even if i fix these problems, i still expect something else to happen. this will be my 2nd time fixing reason, and 3rd time fixing photoshop. whats going on?

how do i fix this garageband problem?
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Then I would get one of those "spy costumes" and set up surveillance...

Catch that little devil in the act!

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are you sure that your installing these programs correctly...i know when i first got my macbook i would install the programs but not put them in the applications folder and then when i would delete the install file they would go away...
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are you sure that your installing these programs correctly...i know when i first got my macbook i would install the programs but not put them in the applications folder and then when i would delete the install file they would go away...
That sounds right.

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