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OS 10.5 - Uh-Oh! PLEASE help!


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The finder menu's are "Froze" in place.


for example when finder says "you have inserted a blank dvd" and i try to click any of the options, the computer makes the default "bomp" sound like i cannot click that as an option, and the menu stays frozen. pic for reference:




it does the same with the "open file with" function too. i cannot quit. i also cannot restart finder. the menus get stuck. wtf
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If you can manage to open terminal, type: killall Finder
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