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OS X 10.7.4 Delivers False Error Message To Mac Pro Users On Startup

OS X 10.7.4 Delivers False Error Message To Mac Pro Users On Startup

If you’re a Mac Pro user who’s updated to 10.7.4, you’ve probably noticed a bug present when you boot up your machine. Indeed, as MacGeneration reports, if you have a Mac Pro from 2009 or newer, you should see a ‘KeyApplicationTitle’ message appear, with ‘keyWarningOptimalInfo’.

Reported on the Apple Support forums, it appears that after some investigation it’s to do with the Memory Slot Utility application, located in /System/Library/CoreServices/. Until Apple release a fix, the easiest way to solve the problem is to simply move the application to another folder.

This doesn’t seem to be the result of any serious problem, just a false error message, so a quick bug fix from Apple should do the trick, even if it doesn’t affect any other Macs.

3 thoughts on “OS X 10.7.4 Delivers False Error Message To Mac Pro Users On Startup

  1. I own one of these and have the latest SW and have yet to see this. It may have something to do with the modified boot I have with AuthenTec TrueSuite and a fingerprint scanner.
      Model Name: Mac Pro
      Model Identifier: MacPro4,1
      Processor Name: Quad-Core Intel Xeon
      Processor Speed: 2.66 GHz
      Number of Processors: 1
      Total Number of Cores: 4

  2. Christopher Cobble says:

    I have the newest Mac Pro as well, with 10.7.4, and I haven’t seen it. Odd.

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