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OS 10.5 - Crashes with Leopard


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Oh no! crashes again. After six blissful years of using Apple Macs (not a single crash in that time on five machines) I have just installed Leopard and have experienced 8 crashes in two days, 6 in Word and 2 in Mail. Its just like goingback to Windows. I appreciate it is early days yet but has anyone else had this problem?
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Same topic, different thread: Leopard crashing!!!

Sometimes the search function is quite useful ;-)


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