I'm a total UNIX idiot, Marg, but there may be a way for you to tell what app or process is giving you that bothersome message. Process viewer might do it, or maybe Terminal? I've been looking around at MacFixIt and at the Apple discussion page, and found nothing like what you're experiencing.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Think I should go get a lottery ticket. Today is my day. ALL my problems are fixed AND I got my email addresses back. phew... They were in users>library>application support>addresses. I just dragged the whole folder to Addresses and voila.. back in business.<br><br><br><br>
I absolutely love it! The speed increase is great. I'm not a power user so I wouldn't know too much about any new features but I like the feel of things. iCal is a good thing to have. It's going to be very handy. I doubt I'll use iChat much. I only like chatting 1 on 1 with someone and there are only a couple of folks I'll use it with probably.<br><br>I'm happy all the minor problems got fixed and I lost nothing at all. I managed to dig and find everything.<br><br>All in all it was a good move. Thanks for talking me into it. <br><br><br><br>
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