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Mac OSX issue, please help!


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halleyscomet

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I messed up...... I had a logic board problem, so got a new (used) Mac G5 and it looked great. Then I thought I would be smart and copy stuff from my old hard drive to my new one and thought everything went great. Didn't see any problem, so I deleted all the info on my old Hard Drive. Now the problem: Everything is opening up with blank white screens. Not sure why, and it is not all things, but items like "Systems Preferences" are giving me blank white boxes. Is there anything I can do to keep my old programs without losing them? Mac Osx 10.5.8
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