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You haven't indicated if problem continued after restarting computer, so if you haven't already done that, restart it.
If problem still persists then... sounds like you have a corrupt preference file. I would install AppleJack, excellent troubleshooting article can be found here... Troubleshooting Tools: AppleJack Another excellent free tool for performing maintenance is Onyx (be sure to download the right version for your system). Install the package, then run it, it will check your drive and the structure, after this, click on the automation tab and check on everything for Maintenance, Clear Cache, Cleaning, and check on Reset -> LaunchServices database and Mail's Envelope Index. When it completes, restart. Repeat any time something seems flaky, if not try to run at least once a month.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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