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ITunes and iPhoto Crash! Not working.

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Ok so 2 days ago i started getting problems with my Mac(10.6.2) (First time like ever!). I tried to start Firefox, it crashed on start up and i mean, it bounced and then NOTHING! I deleted the .plist file and restarted and it worked. Next, iPhoto went down, it wont start at all. Same thing, bounces in the dock and then nothing, not even a start screen.
I did the same, deleted plist files, even removing and deleting the library (i have all photos backed up so i just wiped the whole thing). I even used "iPhotoLibraryManager" and it didn't do anything, restarted, everything i can think of, still no iPhoto. I googled and googled and found page after page of things that didn't help one bit. Now to be honest i can life without iPhoto, but i NEED to have iTunes, thats not a option.
So next, iTunes now wont work, (9.1.1) it seems each day a new program is gone! Same as before, i click iTunes icon, it bounces and then dead. I looked up console messages and it is saying (for BOTH iTunes and iPhoto)
"[0x0-0x63063].com.apple.iTunes[810] dyld: Library not loaded: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Symbolication.framework/Versions/A/Symbolicat ion" "com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[93] (com.apple.ReportCrash[817]) Job appears to have crashed: Trace/BPT trap"
So it looks like the libraries are corrupt or something? This seems to be all im getting. Again, i tried rebuilding library, deleting itunes.plist and even deleting the program (and the whole itunes folder) and reinstall a new one from apple, i even made a new user account and logged in and same exact thing, bounce and dead!
Does anyone know ANYTHING that will help me? I seem to have tried everything!! I am lost without iTunes! Please help... :(:(:(

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g4s wrote:
I would boot to your install disc that came with your computer, like you're going to reinstall. After you pick your language, choose Utilities from the menu bar, open Disk Utility, choose your regular boot drive on the left column, then Repair Disk. See if it turns up anything. Then it wouldn't hurt to Repair Permissions while you're in there. Any permission errors can probably be ignored.
Repair Disk can fix directory problems, up to a point. Hopefully your drive is OK.
I'd give it a try anyway.
Tried that now, and its still the same, just wont work!
JollyGiant wrote:
markdavid22 wrote:
i did that and nothing!
sorry, i missed that.
did you already try removing iTunes completely from your Mac ? click here and follow the instructions if you like to try. download a fresh copy from here: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/.
JGG
Again, i said i did that. Didn't do a thing..

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