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Currently Being ModeratedMar 13, 2010 4:10 PM (in response to Tokyo)Hi Toyko --
Which version of Safari are you using?
Also, do you regularly clear the History and Safari cache?17"MacBookPro; 20"iMac Duo; iLamp; PB G4; mini; and a few more., Mac OS X (10.6.2), LaCie Ext. HD
Currently Being ModeratedMar 13, 2010 4:13 PM (in response to Tokyo)HI,
Post a crash report.
How to locate a crash log:
Click "Go" in the menu, then select "Go to Folder".
Copy and paste this path into the Finder dialog: ~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/
Click the Go button.
Finder opens the folder containing the crash log. Look for a the crash file with a date field that looks like the *most recent.*
so I updated to the latest version of Flash. It had no affect.
You have to UNinstall the old copy of Flash first, then reinstall new.
Then Repair Disk Permissions
Quit any open applications/programs. Launch Disk Utility. (Applications/Utilities) Select MacintoshHD in the panel on the left, select the FirstAid tab. Click: Repair Disk Permissions. When it's finished from the Menu Bar, Quit Disk Utility and restart your Mac. If you see a long list of "messages" in the permissions window, it's ok. That can be ignored. As long as you see, "Permissions Repair Complete" when it's finished... you're done. Quit Disk Utility and restart your Mac.
If you uninstall then reinstall then repair permissions, relaunch Safari... if it still crashes, post the crash report.
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