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    10.4.10
    Morning,

    I'm sure you'll be sick of hearing this now but i don't keep my ear to the ground much in the community so i'm relatively new to it.

    I recently updated my mac and installed the 10.4.10 update and since then, there seems to be a whole host of applications which now won't start, amongst them being OfficeX (the old one) macromedia dreamweaver MX (the old one) ) and MS remote desktop.

    I initially thought it was a problem with rosetta but MSN messenger seems to work, as does adobe illustrator cs2 ( which I'm sure is a ppc binary.)

    Any help or advice on the matter would be appreciated.

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    have you restarted ?

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    Yes, several times.

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    ok. go into disk utility and repair the permissions. it may have something to do with the programs not being allowed to access what they need or not being allowed to open.

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    I just got an e-mail about this update. It's done it with alot of programs! One of which is Pro Tools.

    Digidesign have not chosen to update Pro Tools in this update so it will no longer work if this update is installed! So these programs that aren't working could be because the companies have not chosen to keep the programs up-to-date.

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    is there any way you can go back to a version of the OS that worked without reinstalling everything ?

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