I changed the computer name of my iMac in System Preferences and then logged out, when I logged back in all my files were gone. They're still on the computer, but I can't open any of them. I opened iTunes and all my music was gone, opened iPhoto and all my photos were gone, the files are still on the computer but I can't open them. So I tried changing back the name to what it originally was and still the same outcome. Someone please help so I can get all my files back!

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my boyfriend is having problems with his mouse. he has an imac computer with snow leapord and he is using a laser mouse by dell. that mouse always worked for him but for some reason it isnt moving at all, it's been doing that the entire day. i told him to unplug the mouse and replug it back in. he did that and it doesnt work. i don't have a mac, so i dont know much about troubleshooting it. he does have a wireless mouse, but it needs batteries. how can he troubleshoot his mouse for his mac computer? if …

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So Apple has taken the rare step of announcing it's not going to update its range by the end of this year. It's done this because the rumors have been floating around for so long - people were expecting a new iMac and a new Mac Mini to come out as early as next week. Apple has decided enough of this tittle-tattle is enough and it's quashed the reports, period. The holiday season's range is set. I'm actually quite pleased about this. Let's leave the product alone (we all know it's very pretty, OK, and it has a lot of …

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How often is it that we hear stories from people who work as tech support about the stupid people they have to deal with? Indeed, it seems as though working as tech support could potentially be an extremely entertaining profession, provided that you have a good sense of humor. Of course, it could in some rare circumstances be the other way around. Question: do consumers find it entertaining when the tech support doesn't know what they're doing? Okay, there's no avoiding it. My two year-old iMac has been freezing constantly, usually within the first few minutes of bootup. Fortunately, I …

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The End.