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chris
5th July 2007, 01:34 AM
Has anyone else experianced this since installing the 10.4.10 update? When you press more info in the About this Computer pop up, nothing happens?

I have tried it on two PowerMac G5's and both will not fire up the more info panel since I installed the 10.4.10 update.

sjobs
5th July 2007, 01:43 AM
I've installed it on a few macs and it's given no troubles.

Georgina EG
5th July 2007, 03:15 AM
Mine works chris on a G4 iMac with the 10.4.10 update

James
5th July 2007, 07:42 AM
No problem updating to 10.4.10 with a G4 or a MacBook.

Mind you, the eMate's been playing up a bit...

;)

iSlayer
5th July 2007, 08:01 AM
all fine here.
Check console.app to see if there are any error messages

chris
6th July 2007, 01:10 AM
Console.app says the following:

Mac OS X Version 10.4.10 (Build 8R218)
2007-07-04 23:25:36 +0800
PowerMate device added.
Couldn't find any matches
2007-07-04 23:25:48.413 SystemUIServer[222]
MenuCracker
see http://sourceforge.net/projects/menucracker
MenuCracker is now loaded. Ready to accept new menus. Ignore the failure message that follow.
2007-07-04 23:25:49.166 SystemUIServer[222] failed to load Menu Extra: NSBundle </Users/chrisbrown/Library/Application Support/iStat menus/Extras/MenuCracker.menu> (loaded)
2007-07-04 23:25:49.204 SystemUIServer[222] lang is:en
2007-07-04 23:25:54.547 SystemUIServer[222] MenuCracker: Loading 'iStatMenusCPU'.
2007-07-04 23:25:54.946 SecurityFixer[258] No insecure startup items found!
2007-07-04 23:25:55.023 SystemUIServer[222] MenuCracker: Loading 'iStatMenusMemory'.
2007-07-04 23:25:55.178 SystemUIServer[222] MenuCracker: Loading 'iStatMenusTemps'.
2007-07-04 23:25:55.464 SystemUIServer[222] MenuCracker: Loading 'iStatMenusDateAndTimes'.

When I hit more info it just says Opening main.nib... with the spinning thing and opens a window with main.nib

I have left it spinning for about three minutes and nothing happens.

Anyone have any ideas?

Currawong
6th July 2007, 09:08 AM
I'd download the 10.4.10 Combo update and install it. That old trick tends to fix glitches such as this.

chris
13th July 2007, 12:50 PM
I'd download the 10.4.10 Combo update and install it. That old trick tends to fix glitches such as this.

That fixed it - thanks Currawong

rpjallan
13th July 2007, 02:04 PM
I always use the Combo updater for Mac OS Updates these days. It seems to prevent some weird problems on almost all updates...