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henhen
23rd July 2005, 03:50 AM
gooday guys..

i just want to ask.. sometimes when i was online using some program.. it closed by it self... dunno why just mention unexpected closed.

OS X 10.4.1


thanks
hen

g4cube
23rd July 2005, 08:02 AM
What program are you talking about? Also did you have multiple apps running? Have you tried to repair permissions and done a restart?

gelfie
23rd July 2005, 08:38 AM
The simple answer is: It happens.

I don't know what particular application you were using, but it is not unheard of for applications to crash now and then. Some will do it more than others, especially if they are shoddy.

On-Site-Tec
23rd July 2005, 12:18 PM
But im not sure if he is having problems with them crashing or them just closing. Does it come up asking to send a report?

pipsqeek
23rd July 2005, 01:13 PM
Yeah. Unfortunately OS X isn't perfect either.

I particularly find that VLCplayer is the one that does this alot.

I quit it after using it, then it pops up with the unexpectedly quit message.

As gelfie said, "it happens"

pipsqeek :thumbup:

henhen
23rd July 2005, 02:40 PM
i was running only few program when the crash happenned. it closed by it self and after me it asked me to re-open or somethin like that..

Currawong
23rd July 2005, 07:49 PM
It would help if we knew what program closed by itself suddenly.

:)

henhen
24th July 2005, 03:54 AM
sure.. its Firefox 1.05 , MSN Messenger 4 , Safari

eyeLikeCarrots
29th July 2005, 08:19 PM
Originally posted by pipsqeek@Jul 23 2005, 01:13 PM
Yeah. Unfortunately OS X isn't perfect either.

I particularly find that VLCplayer is the one that does this alot.

I quit it after using it, then it pops up with the unexpectedly quit message.

As gelfie said, "it happens"

pipsqeek :thumbup:
pip, they updated the version of VLC... I dont remember the latest version but since going to the site and updating I dont have vlc crashes anymore

To the orig poster, you might note how elegently apps generally die in OSX when they fall over compared to full system/shell lockups in shitty windoze boxes.