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Possible 9.1 crash fix
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Jan 14, 2001, 10:02 PM
This Happened to me twice after using 9.1 for several days. I got a few unexpected crashes. After running Norton Utilites it found that the Apple Menu Prefs had damaged resource fork and needed to be trashed. After i let Norton fix everything else I trashed it and no longer have crashes on my Pismo or My G4/450. If anyone else has tried this let us know. Could be the a possible fix to some of the crashes in 9.1.
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Jan 15, 2001, 01:24 AM
I also saw my Apple Menu Options Prefs file become corrupted. my system did not crash, but the contents of the Apple Menu Items Folder kept randomly changing for a while. it was one of the strangest behaviours I have seen. every time I went to the Apple menu it contained different things. after I trashed the prefs file it immediately went back to being screwed up as soon as I opened the Apple Menu Options CP again. I had to really erase (using the Secure Delete util that came with StuffIt Deluxe) the prefs file for it to not screw up again. it didn't ever crash though.

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