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OS 10.5 - My CoreServices has disappeared


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I was wondering if you could help me, i need to access my CoreServices folder but cannot find it. Does anyone know how to get it back.
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Mac HD - System - Library - CoreServices

But, if you don't know where it is, would suggest you not be doing anything in there.

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I know where to find it and have used it before, but is not there.
Does anyone know how to get it back?
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Re-install the OS.

If you're missing this folder, doubt the machine is booting at all. You'll be missing the Finder, the Dock, Spotlight and a whole host of other core applications.

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