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EXC_BAD_ACCESS All programs on my MacBook (OS X Leopard) are crashing and throwing the following error: EXC_BAD_ACCESS I just completed the last round of updates from Apple before this began. I would prefer *not* to reinstall OSX as I had to do that last time the updates were installed!

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Hi,
Go to your nearest Apple store and ask the geniuses.
Also ask them if they can reinstall the OS and update all software for you.
Hope this helps!

Nicholas CHUM

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