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This might sound like a dumb question but... what does it mean on my iBook G4 when on the bottom where the programs are,(such as internet explorer,itunes,etc) a question mark comes up and replaces the icon, and the program wont open... I really need to fix it, thanx.
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probably means you didn't copy the app properly...

When you opened up the .img file (or whatever kind of image it was), did you drag and drop the application into your applications folder? If you didn't this could be the problem

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This might sound like a dumb question but... what does it mean on my iBook G4 when on the bottom where the programs are,(such as internet explorer,itunes,etc) a question mark comes up and replaces the icon, and the program wont open... I really need to fix it, thanx.
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http://8help.osu.edu/1264.html

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