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Mac crashes each time i try to install iWork update!

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Todd Nach Level 1 Level 1 (30 points)
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Dec 4, 2012 3:15 PM

Hi all, Is anyone else experiencing problems with today's iWork update?  Each time i try to update the iWork suite, my laptop crashes (kernal panic).  I've tried this 3 times already while using Software Update/Mac App Store, and each time i click on install, the process begins, but sometime during the "installing" part of the update, my laptop has a kernal panic and restarts.  This happend three times.  I then thought i'd download the iWork update from the Support Downloads page.  The update downloaded to my desktop just fine.  Then i clicked to install the update and what do i get? Yet another kernal panic and restart.  Is anyone else having this issue?  Anyone know what the probem might be?

I'm have an early 2011 MacBookPro, running OSX 10.8.2.

MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.1)
  • PeterBreis0807 Level 7 Level 7 (27,270 points)

    You seem to be experiencing either hardware and/or System problems.

     

    If you don't feel competent to sort those out yourself, take your Mac to an Apple Store and have them look at it.

     

    Kernel Panics are not something to be taken lightly and are usually a sign of memory, Hard Drive or something else failing.

     

    Peter

  • ronniefromcalifornia Level 2 Level 2 (230 points)

    If this were my computer, I would back files up to a separate drive then wipe this drive clean and reinstall the OS. Start over fresh. By the way, it feels great.

     

    Something less to do is just use the new account.

     

    Is the "troubleshooting" account a regular admin account?

     

    I would suggest that you create another admin user account. Manually move your files over and set up the new admin account (if you have iCloud set up, then a lot of the settings will automatically get set for you once you turn it on in the new account).

     

    Stop launching into the old account. You could keep it around in case you forgot something in the new user account. I'm not sure, but you may even be able to just delete the old account when you are sure you don't need it anymore. Best of luck.

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