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MacBook Pro - Date and Time Control Panel


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When I go and open the Date and Time control panel it will freeze up. The colourful wheel appears and keeps spinning. I have left it for a few minutes but it does not stop spinning. I am forced to Force Quit the System Preferences to stop the wheel.

Does anyone have any experiences with this or know a solution so I can access the Date and Time control panel?

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