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Re: Now Up-to-date and Snow Leopard crash [Re: earplug] #529210 07/13/10 02:47 AM
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Hi earplug:

The key is the hidden file. The info at http://forums.applecentral.com/ubbthread...o_th#Post512777 should do the trick.

NOTE: There are two different kinds of Library folders on your Mac. There is the one at the root of the drive at /Library and the one in each user's folder which is ~/Library. The one containing that hidden file is at /Library.

NOTE#2: You may need to restart your computer after removing that file and before reinstalling.

--John

Last edited by John Wallace; 07/13/10 02:47 AM.

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Re: Now Up-to-date and Snow Leopard crash [Re: John Wallace] #529319 07/14/10 04:56 AM
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Thanks John, got it fixed, I think the restart was my problem.

Jack

Re: Now Up-to-date and Snow Leopard crash [Re: JohnnyG] #532019 08/08/10 04:54 PM
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I erased my hard drive and re-loaded it from Time Machine. Now Contact gives me the Error -193 whenever I try to run it. Nothing I do (re-install), etc. works. When you said you deleted an invisible file, what was the file?

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