OS X takes a dive

Bah Humbug!

OS X Tiger keeps freezing on me. It seems that if I do too much activity at once then it just gets the spinning ball of death. I have checked everything but still the problems persist. I have now removed everything from startup and only run the bare minimum of activities, so far so good today. Maybe it has something to do with the Growl notification system ... that is my current suspect. The problem is it is a serious distraction from my work and time is ticking in a big big way on that front.

Here are some useful Mac trouble shooting sites:

MacOSXHints Forum

Well lets hope the problem has gone away and I can start reintroducing apps!


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