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Applications Will Not work

My Mac starts up fine and everything shows up, but when I try to click on any application I have whether it be Safari, iTunes, or the Mac Help page it will not come up and no error message shows.

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  • Emface Jun 17, 2008

    It doesn't matter, they both wont open the applications.

  • Andrew Bowmaker
    Andrew Bowmaker May 11, 2010

    Are you hitting the icons from the desktop or in your applications folder?

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Yes that is correct Panoguy3301 to delete the safari and itunes and reinstall the application from apple.com/software
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Sounds to me like alias difficulties- unfortunately i have found the only way to correct these types of problems is to remove the program and all of its attached files then re-download it from apple's website

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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