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finder crashed in loop

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It is OSX 10.6.8 specs: MacBookMini 311-1000, 1 + Kingston 2GB, HP BCM94322, OCZSSD2-1VTX120G, 10.6.8 i386, Chameleon RC5 Meklort's rev 747


I think this happen after the last security update from Apple.

Now whenever the netbook boots, finder crashed , restarted, and crashed in in loop


I tried to restore the user preferences but it doesn't help.


Any idea how to troubleshoot this?



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Dear Moderator,


I think it is related to OSX 10.6.8 that is why I put it in that forum, I didn't know you see more on the hardware side.

Again as I think it is more OS related I don't put the specs.


Last time I check, this is the description of Snow Leopard Post Installation forum,



So you've already installed OSx86. Talk about non-hardware problems, updates, or your own improvements here.


Well maybe I am wrong, because I am not a guru on this stuff.



The original post is edited with the missing pieces you required.



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