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Hi,
Well basically I upgraded to Snow Leopard a few days after it came out, and ever since I upgraded Contacts hasn't worked. I tried putting in the installation disk and re-installing Contacts but it still won't work, here's the error message displayed:



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Anybody have an answer?
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Don't have a clue what software that is, and neither does google, at least not on the first 3 pages of returns I got from it.

I'd suggest contacting the developer of the software and see if they have an update for it.

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It's the actual Contacts application that comes with every Mac the address book one that's in the dock.
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Well, I still don't have a clue, mine is called Address Book and is Address Book version 5.0. Do not have an application on my machine called Contacts and as far as I remember did not have one called Contacts under Tiger or Leopard either. That's as far back as I go with a Mac.

The only thing I can think of is some Address Book plug-in that's been installed.

Same thing happen if you launch Address Book from the Applications folder?

If yes, think I'd try looking in both root and home Library / Application Support and see if you've got something called contacts there and move it to the desktop.

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Looks like a pre OS X icon to me 8.6 or 9.2 - either way i cannot see it working in OS 10.6 - You may be able to mine the data in Text Edit
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