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watwillbee
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Hello all,

After much work I have managed to successfully install Snow Leopard 10.6.3 with successful update to 10.6.4.

However --always a however!! My boot screen script seems to be running rather messy with lots of not founds, errors etc. Also Adobe Lightroom panics after after a little while when I first use it in the morning - weird.

 

I have attached the pictures of my boot screen and also contents of my Extra folder. I am running EFI 10.6 boot loader.

 

Any and all help will be very welcome to clean things up and remove unnecessary files. I have invested loads of money into this system so would be great to tune it up and get it stable and right.

 

The final couple of lines on the boot screen relates to my NTFS windows hard drive which I believe is corrupted and blue screens so please ignore as I will change the drive soon. Crappy old maxtor drive taken from a Sky box!!

 

My mobo is Gigabyte EX58-UD5 running a 930 i7 processor with 6gb (3x2gb) 1600mhz memory in the correct triple channel slots. Western digital 500gb Hard Drive that I boot from and a Samsung 1TB that I use for a system drive. LG DVD Burner. All plugged into the blue mobo sata slots. Graphics card is an Sapphire ATI Radeon 4870 DDR5 512mb also running a D-Link DBT-120 bluetooth dongle for magic mouse and apple keyboard.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Will

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