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MacBook (Black) About two months ago, I clicked on System Preferences, under the "Apple". Nothing! No response. Been that way ever since. Also "lost" the Administration Setup. Can't access it. Other than that, it's running fine. How do I get these features back?

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Have you tried going to the apple symbol and selecting restart yet?

You might have installed updates that have not finished installing.

Goto the apple symbol. Go to software updates, let that run, and download anything that comes up. Restart. Do this step over and over until there are no more updates.

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