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Part VI: Appendixes > Troubleshooting

Appendix B. Troubleshooting

Whether it's a car engine or an operating system, anything with several thousand parts can develop the occasional technical hiccup. Mac OS X is far more resilient than its predecessors, but it's still a complex system with the potential for occasional glitches.

Beware, however: very few pages of the traditional troubleshooting workbook apply to Mac OS X. Traditional Mac fans can forget about all the conventional rituals, including giving a program more memory, turning off system extensions, and rebuilding the desktop; Windows refugees can forget all about driver conflicts, IRQs, and the Registry.


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