3838 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 19, 2010 5:36 AM by EZ Jim
I am fairly new to the world of MAC's and I am having a little trouble trying to find a solution the the problem below:
After doing some searching I believe it isn't necessarily a problem that Face Time is causing but it may be an error that occurs with other programs.
Is there anyone that could help?
I have tried installing a java update and get the same error message, I am stumped.
Welcome to Discussions, Wayne (jober_jober)
If you're still having trouble, applying the Mac OS X 10.6.5 Combo Update might
resolve your problem. Unless you prefer a different update method, use this one:
• Backup your Mac and turn off Time Machine
• Disconnect peripherals and restart Mac
• Use Disk Utility to repair permissions
• Download and install http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1324
• Repair permissions again immediately following the restart that finishes the update.
• Try to install and test FaceTime
(• Turn Time Machine on again when you are satisfied that the update worked.)
Message was edited by: EZ Jim
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