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    10.3.5, etc Update screwed up my clock and Apple Mail
    After doing my recent updates which had grown to a fairly large list, I restarted my machine and when it got fully booted back up my clock just blinks on and off. It eventually will just completely go away and I will never see it again until I reboot and it keeps going away and coming back. My Apple Mail program also stopped working after the update, when I click on the mail icon it will just bounce in the dock then stop and nothing else will happen, I can click again and it will bounce for me a few more times, then nothing happens. Please anyone that could help, I would appreciate very much.


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    Well I got it fixed, I just tried doing the update by actually downloading it and then installing it and everything works fine.

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    Sound like you have a hic-up during your first update. I tend to wait until the combo date is available., before I update.
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