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my macbook stuck! i must to force shut down. Tell Me Why?


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hello.
i have a macbook 2.4 intel core 2 duo 4 Gb ddr3 Late 2008.
i have some applications opened, and my macbook stuck and i cant do nothing.
open : safari , itunes , pokerstar, and mac stuck.. and music still playing.. i must to push the start button concatenated to shut down.
tell me please a reason why my macbook stuck.
if i was working and my mac stucking that was a realy big problem.
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Mac Specs: 13" MB 2.4ghz, 2gig ram, OS 10.7.5

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I would recommend two things:

1. Make sure your hard drive is not almost full.
2. Download the free maintenance program called Onyx...and run the automated tasks.

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260 gb harddriver free space 90 gb.. its cool..
with onyx what i can do?
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...with onyx what i can do?
Download it...install it...and run the automated tasks (as mentioned above).

If you need more info...check out the developer's website (link above).

- Nick

- Computer slow, too many "beachballs", read this: Beachballs
- Computer seems slower than it used to? Read this for some speedup tips: Speedup
- Almost full hard drive? Some solutions. Out of Space
- Apple Battery Info. Battery
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