Question about Apple 21.5" iMac Desktop
Hold down Command+Option+Escape to bring up the Force Quit Application menu. One or more of your programs will likely have a '(Not Responding)' beside them. Select that application and click Force Quit, it will ask you for confirmation but go ahead. Then turn off your computer. Hit the power button to turn it on and immediately hold down Command+Option+P+R until you hear the tone happen twice. Log in normally and try to open that application again.
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