1031 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 8, 2008 6:13 AM by Mario Biaggio
My first step would be to do a repair disk permissions. If you are still having problems after this, I would try resetting the PRAM and NVRAM. You can find instructions on how to do this below. I must ask, when you bought this computer did it come with Tiger as the install and then you upgraded to Leopard? If so, this could be part of the problem. Upgrades don't usually work very well in my experience. I always prefer to do an erase and install to make sure everything runs smoothly. Just a few things to try...
its actually better now after repairing disk permissions!, thanks!
is there any way to let this do automatically? maybe with automator? but i'm not sure that i can handle this program..
my first mac, (ordered on release date of leopard) ive got with macosx 4.10 but this one had a problem with display (bright spots when showing dark backgrounds), the next one i got 4 weeks later with leopard pre installed, so there shouldnt be a problem