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Please enter a title. You can not post a blank message. Please type your message and try again. Kel Solaar Level 1 (0 points) Q: The application Finder.app can't be opened. I upgraded to Snow Leopard yesterday, and the application finder can't be opened 10810 fix I'm having a lot of troubles, Finde, Time Machine and Disk Utility being the
"10810" "finder" "disown"most annoying of them. I don't really know which one of them is making the others unstable / crash but well the application finder can't be opened 600 that's starting to be very irritating, now when I try to start the Finder I get this :*The application Finder.app can't be opened.*-10810Restarting the Computer ( Mac Book Pro Uni ) usually fix that, but it's
The Application Cannot Be Opened 10810the second time that it's crashing a 220 go files package copy. I ended up doing it with rsync, the copy is still going on ( it will take a long time ) but I'm left with a Zombie Computer where I can't open a finder, and every Application that use it to open some file is crashing itself.Is there a way to manually relaunch it ( I don't want to the application finder can't be opened el capitan reboot, my computer is stuck backing up a lot of files ) ? I tried Sudo Launch the Finder from /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/Contents/MacOS with no luck, any help would be appreciated.KSMessage was edited by: Kel Solaar Mac OS X (10.6) Posted on Aug 30, 2009 12:36 PM I have this question too Close Q: The application Finder.app can't be opened. All replies Helpful answers Page 1 of 47 last Next by willdenow, willdenow Aug 30, 2009 12:56 PM in response to Kel Solaar Level 1 (0 points) Aug 30, 2009 12:56 PM in response to Kel Solaar This message seems to be new to SL. I've had plenty of Finder crashes in Leopard, and never once recall seeing it.This has happened to me twice on my MacBook Pro 13". If Finder crashes, you will get this error message under SL if you try and reinitiate Finder after a crash or a force quit and before Finder fully recovers. This can take some time. I've had to wait upwards of a minute or more. On one occasion, I hard to compel a hard restart, but I don't like to do this unless absolutely necessary because it can corrupt any application and/or data files that are open and active at the moment of the restart.
is full. When the process table is full, new (not currently running) applications cannot be opened until another running application ends. Programming errors in third-party applications can fill-up the process table, leading to the -10810 error when opening an application. This FAQ
The Application Finder Can't Be Opened 1712discusses: the background of this problem; its history, reported workarounds, and general troubleshooting advice; and provides
The Application Finder Can't Be Opened 10810 Snow Leoparda procedure for identifying the process or processes that are filling the process table. It is based upon extensive research of this problem on "the application finder can't be opened" yosemite the Web, especially a 2009 Apple Mailing Lists post by contributor Terry Lambert. This FAQ expounds upon Terry's post in an attempt to make the cause and resolution of this problem more accessible to the general Mac OS X https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2135129?start=0 user. Background All running programs on your Mac are processes. This includes both applications that you open and faceless background processes, i.e. processes without a graphical user interface (GUI), such as mds (the Spotlight metadata server) or cupsd (the CUPS printing daemon). Activity Monitor shows a list of all running processes. Finder is an application, hence it is a process. Processes can launch other processes, known as child processes. For example, the launchd (launch daemon) process opens many background http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/error-10810.html processes when you start up or log in to your Mac; launchd is the parent process and each process it opens is a child process of launchd. Mac OS X tracks running processes in a process table. Mac OS X has a default limit of 266 user processes per account. You can see this limit by issuing the Terminal command ulimit -a and noting the max user processes value. Once this limit is reached, the process table is full: new processes cannot be started until a currently running process terminates, hence new applications cannot be opened. If you attempt to open a new application when the process table is full, an alert dialog will appear showing error code -10810, e.g. The application appname.app can't be opened. -10810 where appname is the name of the application you attempted to open. If Finder is hung and you attempt to relaunch it when the process table is full, an alert dialog appears with the message: The application Finder.app can't be opened. -10810 The limit of 266 user processes per account is set high enough that it would be virtually impossible for a user to open enough applications to fill the process table (the default limit is different under Mac OS X Server). Programming errors, especially in third-party applications, can lead to three general causes of a full process table: zombie processes, fork bombs, and runaway processes. If an applica
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