Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 1:29 PM (in response to TonyVeroda)
Internet plugins are usually stored here
<startup disc>/Library/Interlet Plug-Ins/
Go to that folder to see if "ghostrekonV.plug" is there. If so, delete it (or move it somewhere else).
A second location where it could be located is here
<your user home folder>/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/
NOTE: If you are using Lion, the Library folder in your user home folder may be hidden. If you don't see it, in Finder's Menu Bar under Go, select Go to Folder and enter
/Users/<your user name>/Library
(Replace <your user name> with your short user name.) Then click Go.
If that does not help, you can post back for more suggestions.
FYI - You are asking this question in the category for old iPods.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 1:34 PM (in response to Kenichi Watanabe)
The thing is i have no plug in named even close to that..yet it still says that i have a ghostrekonplugin causing the delay. would deleting my trash help maybe?
(sorry bout posting this in the section for ipods>< im a bit new to this..)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 1:55 PM (in response to TonyVeroda)
As a test, you can try creating a new user account. You do this in System Preferences Users & Groups pane, or Accounts pane in older Mac OS X versions. Make the new account administrator ("Admin").
Log out and log in to the new user account. Try whatever causes this problem to see if it recurs.
If the problem does NOT recur in the new account, then the problem is isolated to something in your current user account If the problem DOES recur, them the cause is something that is systemwide. This test will help make it easier to find the cause.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 2:20 PM (in response to Kenichi Watanabe)
Thats another thing...i don't know the password or username for my administrator account><
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 2:26 PM (in response to TonyVeroda)
If you have the disc that came with the Mac, or the installation disc for the current Mac OS X version installed, you can use this procedure to reset the password.
(The part called Resetting the original administrator account password.)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 3:07 PM (in response to Kenichi Watanabe)
i dont have them:(....can they be bought from the apple store?
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 9:17 PM (in response to TonyVeroda)
You don't know the account password. You don't have the discs. Is this your Mac?
The version of Mac OS it can run depends on the Mac model.
This web site lists all the Mac models.
The profile page for each Mac model states the version of Mac OS it came with originally, and the latest version it can run. The most current version of Mac OS is 10.7.3 (called "Lion").
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 11:59 PM (in response to Kenichi Watanabe)
It is my mac, i let my bro set it up for me but..he apprently didn't know what he was doing and forgot the password and even the username:(
Currently Being ModeratedApr 14, 2012 12:38 AM (in response to TonyVeroda)
The user name is shown when you go to System Preferences Accounts pane (Accounts may be called Users & Groups). There is also a "short" user name. That name is the name of your user home folder (the one with a house icon). So at least you know your user name.
You should just let your "bro" erase the current installation, and set it up again. This time, watch him and tell him what user name and password to use when the initial setup screens come up (or do it yourself). Or, since he has the Mac OS X installation disc, you can try using the password reset method I already mentioned.
If you can't do that for some reason, you'll probably need to aquire a Mac OS X installation disc. In order to do that, you need to identify the Mac model you have, so that you know which version of Mac OS X is most appropriate. You can get information about your Mac model by select About This Mac from the Apple menu, and then clicking More Info. To get more useful information (such as Mac OS X version you need), find and read the profile page for your Mac model on