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Safari 3.2 crashes on start-up


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In Library preferences, I already cleared the Safari caches, cleared the Safari plist file. But I just click on Safari and it immediately closes (after stupid 3.2 update), and the "unexpectedly quit" error dialog appears. Any suggestions as to how to get it to atleast open? My goodness this is just silly. Is Apple going to release a patch soon?
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Did you by chance have the Safari 4 Developer Preview installed at one point?

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No, I did not.
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