10.0.4 messed my cpomputer up :(

hekal

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10.0.4 sucks for me. Ever since installing it I get weird stuff happening. Specifically, when I open any classic app that uses TCP/IP the system will go into an infinite freeze.... spinning rainbow cursor, unpingable, cannot SSH into it. My only recourse is a hard reboot.

This only started happening after I installed 10.0.4. Apple has GOT to make a way to uninstall these patches. :mad:
 

hekal

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btw, this behavior has so far been caused by: MSN Classic, Yahoo Messenger Classic, and RealPlayer Classic. Yes I know I can use Fire for MSN and Yahoo but that isnt the point. :) 10.0.4 has caused me more harm than good. And Apple doesn't listen..
 

rharder

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I haven't had any problems with 10.0.4, but as for Classic networking--I've never been able to get that to work!

-Rob
 

HyperLiteG4

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I've got the 10.0.4 update on my machine and there have been no problems at all here. In fact, it's done my system a lot of good. My Classic apps run a bit faster and smoother, my system runs cleaner and better. There are still a ton of things Apple needs to work on but I can wait 2 weeks until they make some bit announcement at MacWorld.

Maybe you should reinstall your OS with a clean install. Then do all the updates from there. Or - it could be a problem with your software (which is probably the reason). Not all software is still supposed to work in Classic.
 

djeans

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I am having the same problem here, and it is really annoying. Has anybody figured out a workaround to this problem yet? I have been able to avoid most classic apps that cause the crash, but i need quicken for online banking, and unfortunately it hangs the computer as well. How is this even happening? Aren't we supposed to have protected memory now?
 

endian

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Aren't we supposed to have protected
memory now?
We do. Most likely the only thing that's hung up is Classic itself, or the window server. You could probably telnet in & kill them remotely.
 
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