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    10.4.10 is making my apps crash all over the place!
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    Can someone tell my how to run in safe mode (thought that was just a Windows thing) and choose combo update? All I know is what Apple sends me. Is there a way to install again after I've already done it?

    The popping is driving me crazy and my Safari, Firefox and Adobe Reader have been crashing all night! Luckily my Office programs have remained stable as I have been working on a very long, important paper.
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    10.4.10 is making my apps crash all over the place!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fleurya View Post
    Can someone tell my how to run in safe mode (thought that was just a Windows thing) and choose combo update? All I know is what Apple sends me. Is there a way to install again after I've already done it?

    The popping is driving me crazy and my Safari, Firefox and Adobe Reader have been crashing all night! Luckily my Office programs have remained stable as I have been working on a very long, important paper.
    How to boot into safe mode:

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=107393

    Get the Combo update from here:

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macos...dateintel.html

    Simply open the disk image and double click the installer inside to run it (if Safari doesn't automatically do it for you; I forget whether it does). Also, you might want to repair Disk Permissions after doing this. To do so, simply spotlight "Disk Utility"; it should be the first result. Then click on your hard drive in the sidebar on the left and click the button "Repair Disk Permissions." When it's done, you can quit the program.

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