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OS 10.4 - problem with screensaver pane in system preferences


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Hi guys, there seems to be a problem with previewing the screensavers in my system preferences. When i click a screensaver to preview, nothing happens in the preview window, and some of the buttons disappear from the pane as well. Everything else in System preferences works fine, in fact everything else in the computer works fine except for this. Even the actual screensaver works fine. I just can't prevew it. It doesn't work in my other account as well.

Any help??
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Try doing this:

System Prefrences Issue


Or you can try doing a Permission Repair with Disk Utility.

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DB you beat me to it. I was searching like mad for your earlier post but couldn't remember which thread it was it....thought it'd apply here...
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Ive already done that but it doenst seem to work
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