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Im missing the icons from the menu bar (see attachment). All started after installing the update from leopard to leopard snow. Unfortunately Im missing now all my icons like time, w-lan and Bluetooth. I tried to click / activate the respective tags from the system preferences but the tags are being automatically unclicked by the operating system.
I rebooted my system many times, I searched for updates / fixes , I created a new user and I deleted the com.apple.systemuiserver.plist from user/Libary/Preferences.
Nothing worked problem still exists.
Next step would be to make a clean install of leopard.

Do you have any clues or good ideas?
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try going to system/library/coreservices/SystemUIServer and double clicking, or
typing this command in terminal:
open /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemUIServer.app
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I've actually had this issue before, it was a bug in an earlier version of 10.5 that only affected some people. Not having moved on to 10.6 (I own a G5) I can't say what it is exactly but I can tell you in the end I had to do an Archive and install and not update my Mac to that version of 10.5 for some time.


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