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redeew Jul 15, 2001 10:35 AM
DammedifIknow
I have this bad habit of installing and uninstalling different programs and files and such (hey,what fun are these things if you can`t play with em`) and I thought I was getting pretty good at trashing what needed trashing to get back to where I was before.
Problem is, I`ve developed this "pause" whenever I open or use anything. I click on something and there`s a pause of a few seconds before anything happens. It`s not a major problem,just a pain. I`ve gone through all my extentions,control panels and prefs without any luck finding the trouble maker.
Anybody got any ideas?????? :rolleyes: pause
 
oscar Jul 15, 2001 02:10 PM
Delete the AppleShare PDS file, and also trash the finder, and system prefs. lemme know if that helps.
 
WillyB Jul 15, 2001 05:19 PM
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Originally posted by oscar:
<STRONG>Delete the AppleShare PDS file, and also trash the finder, and system prefs. lemme know if that helps.</STRONG>
Should be careful of the wording... trash the finder preference ... NOT the Finder!
 
redeew Jul 15, 2001 07:43 PM
I went and trashed the finder and system prefs. (I couldn`t find AppleShare PDS ?) and lo and behold ,it worked.
Thanks guys.
:D
 
Cipher13 Jul 19, 2001 07:14 AM
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Originally posted by redeew:
<STRONG>I went and trashed the finder and system prefs. (I couldn`t find AppleShare PDS ?) and lo and behold ,it worked.
Thanks guys.
:D</STRONG>
FFR, the AppleShare PDS file is in the root of any shared volume.
Invisible, of course ;)
 
redeew Jul 19, 2001 07:00 PM
OOOOOhh.There it is.
Thanks :eek:
 
Cipher13 Jul 19, 2001 07:12 PM
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Originally posted by redeew:
<STRONG>OOOOOhh.There it is.
Thanks :eek:</STRONG>
Remember if you have multiple partitions or drives, and they have been shared as well as the start up disk, they will also have the file...
 
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