Question about Apple Mac OS 9.2.1
Someone is use to using Windows, not a Mac. As far as I know, Windows is the only operating system that does use a registry so no, you do not have a problem with your registry.
As for Safari, you can try this
Safari keeps asking for keychain password
To fix the file corruption, do this
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Basically you need to insert the first restore disc and restart your computer, when you hear the sound of it booting up press the C key and hold it down till you see the apple symbol, it may take awhile for it to start up don't worry. When the first window pops up, select english. Then the next window will pop up and then don't do anything with that window, but at the top of the finder click utilities tab and then password reset. Select the account that you want to change and enter the blanks then click the save button. After doing so the blanks should be blank again, now at the top of the finder click the password tab and click quit. Once you have done that at the top tabs again you should see an installer one, click that and select quit. Then restart. Thanks!
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
Apple has files that contain the same type of info as the windows registry .
They are referred to as .plist files.
There is not a typical registry.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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