What was the problem that you needed to zap the pram in the first place? Diablotin is a prefpane that allows one to manage others turning them on and off. It's great, and I've been using it for years. Also, this problem that I'm having now occurs before the loading of any of these anyway, so it shouldn't matter. I thought doing that might free up the other. But nothing seems to be working The system as a whole IS working. But my browser Safari died last week, and it took a while before I was able to successfully reinstall it and have it working.
Shortly after that, my email client Postbox, a new one for me also went down, and has not come back yet.
Then go to Macintosh HD, then go to Applications folder inside that is another folder called Utilities inside that is an application called Disk Utility. Double click on that and when it opens you will see your hard drive on the left. Highlight your hard drive and click on Verify Disk on the right. If that is OK click on Repair Permissions. So, though I normally don't have ANY problems with my machine, all of a sudden I've got a bunch of them. My intuition tells me they are related, though they have no ostensible connection. For example, after creating a new "test" user, the browser problem remained.
In response to your last note, I have already verified disk no problems and repaired permissions which I do automatically whenever I back up. I am running OS Well, it may not be "caused" by the PRAM, but don't you find it interesting that I am not able to zap it? Is it a fair assumption that this is not system software related, since all this should be happening before the OS even loads? Yes I would try a different keyboard. Other than that if the disk is OK I would reinstall your system.
As to using my USB keyboard, I will certainly try that. Well, I experience nothing happening. No difference. No sign of anything. Alright, Mike. I will try your keyboard suggestion, and then reinstalling the OS. If that works, I will "Accept" your services. Thanks for your time. I'll write again soon or by tomorrow. I assume your suggestion would be to do a "clean" install which will obviously take me more time.
I'm leaving for Burning Man in a few days and, as they say, I just don't have time for this shit. I guess it's time to make lemonade If you can do a clean install yes. It may take a while but that will make sure all bad blocks are mapped out. But I WILL get back to you to let you know how it went, and will honor my agreement with you if it does work.
I still think it's hardware, but am willing to give this a shot, especially since it's a good thing to do once in a while, anyway. So, do you recommend bothering with Snow Leopard?
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I am unable to zap my PRAM. I have a MBP. I cant get a second…. I can't get a second bong. The problem is that I cannot start up the computer without the battery in but the power cord is. As soon as I add the battery back, it's all good. This is a weird one.
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Satisfied Customers: 9, Experience: Over 20 years IT experience with Apple computers in publishing, marketing and design. Mike the MacMedic : Do you keep holding the keys down? Mike the MacMedic : Also do this:. Mike the MacMedic : Uninstalling the software is easy: 1. Mike the MacMedic : Then restart. How I wish that Apple would go back to removeable batteries. Gone are the days when one could pack an extra battery for travel or just replace the one in the computer easily, if something went wrong. Well, that is not entirely relevant to your problem, but it is certainly an issue, if removing the battery won't work for people with the new MacBook Pros, yet that is what Apple is advising for your problem with Snow Leopard.
I'm having the same problem. If I quit Safari or Firefox running on the Mac side, I can click around a few times within a single domain, but as soon I try to go somewhere else, the connection drops. Anybody have any luck correcting this?
mofwayflavinic.tk Thanks - I did that, both Safari and Netscape, as well as all of the fixes listed above from Apple Support, without success. Although I did run into a few bumps updating the firmware from 7. Not sure if this is relevant to the situation of others here, but it hopefully provides a hint at least. Hi, I'm running a MB-Pro 15", and ungraded to snow leopard this afternoon. My MBP recognised the wireless modem, but was not connecting to the internet. I rang my ISP, and they identified the problem. Check your DNS servers. Mine had changed to something weird.
He talked me through what my DNS should have been. Presto, it worked. You might like to download a free version of MacScan and scan the computer.