1 Reply Latest reply: Jun 1, 2012 4:03 PM by Pondini
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Apparently I have lost all audio .plist files, thereby I have absolutely no audio from the built-in speakers.  For some reason Lion isn't regenerating the files and the MIDI Utility does nothing but crash.

 

I am going to do a clean install when I get home.  I've been shuffling this same setup through 2 Macs and who knows how many OSX versions since 2005 and I'm sure there are all kinds of weird things.  Now, I would have to do a backup in my TimeMachine HDD when I'm home, but the problem is I feel like recovering from that backup would also bring back all corrupted files and system prefs I don't necesarily want back.

 

Is there any way to only recover certain things?  For example I can re-install 99% of my software, but could I bring back my account settings for Outlook, etc; or would I just have to reset everything by hand?


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4), Core 2 Duo