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  • wei yan Level 1 Level 1

    Hi, after go to finder then where can i find folder? do i need to open new folder?

  • binus007 Level 1 Level 1

    My ultimate solution is clear /Library/Preferences/

    Yeahhh!!! √


  • DStephenW Level 1 Level 1

    Brand new Mac Mini with Lion and went through software upgrade before trying. It never worked and Apple Care wanted to reinstall everything and I declined. I will try a few things in this thread but I am really new to Apple so ....  just finding folders is a tad problemeatic at this point.

  • sbeitzel Level 1 Level 1

    To be very clear about the file, it's




    and not




    I had this problem with Facetime and, feeling nervous, I just renamed my file to have a .bak at the end. Sure enough, that did the trick. My computer is a year old, but my home directory is much older, having migrated my user from laptop to laptop. At this point, I'm not even sure what files are really necessary any more -- the revocation.plist file has a last modified date in 2006, long before I purchased the current computer.

  • astemp22 Level 1 Level 1

    how do you find your "hosts" file?

  • Souad H Level 1 Level 1

    @ jmoye

    In the answer you provided (wich is marked as "This solved my question") I have the same things written in Hosts

    but I still have that problem

    Can you help me?

    Mac (10.7.5)





    # Host Database


    # localhost is used to configure the loopback interface

    # when the system is booting.  Do not change this entry.

    ##          localhost          broadcasthost

    ::1             localhost

    fe80::1%lo0          localhost

  • fluffy239 Level 1 Level 1

    Whats the host file

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