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    Yes it does.

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    yes that is correct
    EDIT: oops double post i didnt see my first one

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    no new posts so am i just gonna have to reinstall my OS or something? i didnt want to have to go that far but there seems to be no other solutions that i could find

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    I would repair permissions first before doing something so drastic.
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    Already did through Disk Utility......

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    I'm kinda confused about how skype is currently installed onto your computer. When you say that it will not mount, do you mean that you get an error message saying so?

    The proper way to install skype is very simple:

    1. Download.

    2. You should get a .dmg that looks like a little hard drive. Double click it, and it will appear as a small disk image.

    3. Inside of this disk image, you will see the skype icon, simple drag the skype icon into your applications folder, and skype has been successfully installed.

    4. Eject the disk image and delete the .dmg by dragging them into the trash.


    If you do not install most or all of your apps in this manor, there's always a chance they will become corrupted or unstable. As far as your current situation goes, try deleting skype entirely off of your computer, re download, and install with the instructions above.
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    I
    1: Downloaded
    2: Got the DMG
    3:Tried to open DMG BUT IT WOULDNT MOUNT

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    Just curious: have you done a restart since all this started?
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    yes, multiple times

  10. #25


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    what do i do now? I have the Lion install disk so if that would work ill probs just do that at this point

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    ummmmmmmm so I'm assuming re-install will work to my knowledge and no one has said otherwise so that's what I'm going to do. Thx anyway Crimson

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