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OS 10.4 - "Disk Images Fail to Mount/ OS X 10.4.10"

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Whilst downloading the most recent Mac OSX Update, 10.4.10 to a PPC G3, 600 MHz, with 1 GB SDRAM, I received an un-explained error message. Since then, my Web Cam doesn't function, some applications don't load, and I consistently get a Warning Message that disk images fail to mount as device not configured. Moreover, I got the distinct impression the aforementioned issues were related to the problem of installing Security Update 2007-006 which was roughly released and downloaded at nearly the same time.

How can I proceed to get matters back to normal? Would deeply appreciate advice from a Mac ForumTechnical Support person in all convenient speed. SOS!

Yours sincerely,

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