Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
You may need to repair permissions. Restart your Mac while holding down the Shift key. Once in safe mode repair permissions and then restart. If that does not work you probably need to reinstall the OS. To do this, repeat the procedure and boot from the restore DVD and check Archive and Save User Information then reinstall the OS.
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