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    komo
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    [HELP] Finder crashed
    at the time i wrote this message, my ibook's finder still has not recover from crash for about 15minutes.

    i copied a 200MB++ files thru my LAN network when the process suddenly stopped and hung up for 10minutes. so i force-quit and relaunched finder in order to fix it, but the finder still doesn't respond.

    is there any suggestion what i should do??

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    [HELP] Finder crashed
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    Have you restarted the computer yet?
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    komo
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    actually i really wanted to try anything but hard reset, but since there was no other escape that time, i rebooted anyway...

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    [HELP] Finder crashed
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    Quote Originally Posted by komo
    actually i really wanted to try anything but hard reset, but since there was no other escape that time, i rebooted anyway...
    Sometimes that is the best thing to do, if not the only thing that can be done.
    It is still my first troubleshooting technique for almost any situation.
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