Question about Apple iMac 24" Desktop
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In cases where you are experiencing issues with your iMac 24" and you have already tried hard drive and software repairs (including Tinkertool and Disk Warrior), one troubleshooting step I would recommend you try is unseating and re-seating your RAM card one module at a time.
Once you have tried this, then run Disk Warrior, run the Repair Disk Permissions (at least twice).
Once you have run the Disk Repair option, then perform a Disk Rebuild (it will not remove your files from your hard drive but actually rebuilds the Mac OS X directory) and reboot your iMac.
Try this procedure and see if that makes a difference in your iMac's performance.
Let me know if this helps.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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