Who is Apple Jack

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Before experimenting with utility programs for data recovery, you should first try out the computer in single user mode (⌘ + s) and the in-house UNIX repair options.

If you don't want to use the cryptic commands, you have installed AppleJack beforehand, and from now on it is very easy. Apple Jack provides important tools for repair and system administration by simply entering numbers and reliably works through the problems.

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System compatibility: 10.4.x, 10.5.x, 10.6.x Intel / PPC

for 10.3.x and 10.2.x you have to use the latest 1.4.x version of AppleJack.

After calling up the program, which should only be done in single user mode, the following options appear:

    • The following five points are processed automatically. However, the extended cleaning options per user account are then not available.
    • This point corresponds to the Unix command in single user mode and also almost corresponds to the repair function in the hard disk utility. If problems are found and repaired, then this point should be repeated.
    • The same thing is done here as if one had the rights repaired in the disk utility.
    • This point removes most of the content and the two kernel extension cache files in. The deleted content will be displayed on the screen. You can then repeat the procedure for individual users of the computer. This is useful when there are problems with a specific user account. Please note that there is no German keyboard layout available (the "/" key, for example, is on "-").
    • Preferences or setting files in are checked for damage. This corresponds to the Unix command. Defective files are moved to. As in point 3, this test can be extended to other users.
    • Removal of the temporary virtual memory from Mac OS X. This should usually be removed automatically when the computer is started.
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Operating system, data recovery, utilities, system optimization

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