2286 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Apr 15, 2008 8:19 PM by BDAqua
That didn't quite solve the problem, but it put me on the right track. I'm still encountering this problem from time to time, but not with Safari. Sometimes with Airport. I'll post any further progress.
There seem to be many reports of Keychain access problems, especially after upgrading. Do you know if there is any guidance or explanation about Keychain Access troubleshooting? Many of these posts ask if keychains can be deleted. It would be nice if there was a clear explanation for us non-techies.
Many of these posts ask if keychains can be deleted. It would be nice if there was a clear explanation for us non-techies.
If these 2 sentences are connected, then sure... you'll have to redo any passwords you delete. You can delete one, or a whole big one, but if you delete the System Keychain you cannot log in.
But first, have you used Keychain Access>Window>Keychain First Aid yet?
In installing the Safari Update (along with Quicktime 7.4.5, iTunes 7.6.2, and Security Update 2008-002 for Power PC), I found my Mac Mini slowed to a crawl and persistently displayed the "beach ball of death" for extended periods of time just starting up ANY program for the first time. Just restarting the computer took forever and trying to use Disk Utility did nothing.
I have talked with a friend whose son had all sorts of problems with his newer i-mac upon installation of this Safari update. I am crawling along with my machine right now, not one bit happy.
I have no answers, just a note to show I also am having problems since this update. Keychain? Never use it. I am thinking of just trying to re-install the older Safari version-3.04. Suggestions?
A warm welcome to the forums Mark!
Yes, and don't take this wrong, but if you start a New Topic of your own, we'll confuse less issues in the long run!