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OS 10.4 - Recovered Files in trash


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Here's a quick question. How come everytime I reboot my iMac, when it completes the reboot, I always have a folder in my trash called "Recovered Files"

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My guess would be that, you have an application that is running when you reboot your system. The system aborts the application.

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I had the same thing on my ibook. Since I upgraded to 10.4.1 I can not recreate the folder. I really don't know what was causing it in the first place. If anyone has any ideas I would like to know.
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Same problem....
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Not a problem ~ Tiger is supposed to do that,
As a for instance Safari crashes > OK restart. Crashes again > try again and Safari renames the plist file and boots as default with a new plist file. The old folder gets put in the trash.
Update to 4.1 and the old file gets put in the trash too.

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