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Random Applications Quitting? EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS)

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Applications keep quitting and I get an EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) error. I've been using Macs for about 10 years so I can normally figure out what is going wrong but I don't know where to start troubleshooting or what this error has to do with. This mainly happens with Logic Pro and sometimes iTunes, but it has happened with a lot of different apps. Has anyone else had this kind of problem, or should I just re-install Leopard to fix it? It didn't start having problems until I upgraded to Leopard. I have a MacBook Pro.

 

Thanks for any help getting me in the right direction.

 

John

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Applications keep quitting and I get an EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) error. I've been using Macs for about 10 years so I can normally figure out what is going wrong but I don't know where to start troubleshooting or what this error has to do with. This mainly happens with Logic Pro and sometimes iTunes, but it has happened with a lot of different apps. Has anyone else had this kind of problem, or should I just re-install Leopard to fix it? It didn't start having problems until I upgraded to Leopard. I have a MacBook Pro.

 

Thanks for any help getting me in the right direction.

 

John

 

Hi

 

I have exactly the same issue.

 

All the lastest apps, Mac Pro intel eight core with 12Gb. Barely a few months old. OS X Leopard and Itunes 9.1 amongst other apps. A lot of which suffer with the above.

 

Any update?

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