finder.app error 10810
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 the application finder.app can't be opened be opened. I upgraded to Snow Leopard yesterday, and I'm having a lot
The Application Cannot Be Opened 10810of troubles, Finde, Time Machine and Disk Utility being the most annoying of them. I don't really know which
"10810" "finder" "disown"one of them is making the others unstable / crash but well that's starting to be very irritating, now when I try to start the Finder I get this :*The application
The Application Finder Can't Be Opened 600Finder.app can't be opened.*-10810Restarting the Computer ( Mac Book Pro Uni ) usually fix that, but it's the 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 the application finder can't be opened el capitan 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 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 som
a reboot. From what I've gathered by searching around on the web, Error 10810 occurs when the Launch Services framework has some sort of meltdown, the application finder can't be opened 1712 causing the Mac OS X Kernel to run out of available threads for anymore the application finder can't be opened 10810 snow leopard processes to launch. In the event that some process has got errant and is in some infinite loop of launching failed with error 10810 for the file and hoarding threads, this will cause a rather lovely barrage of error dialog boxes (see screenshot below). If you start getting Error 10810 in OS X, you likely won't be able to launch any https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2135129?start=0 other application (Finder included) and so the best thing you can do is to reboot your Mac. Yes, rebooting the Mac will fix the error - kind of lame, but it works. If you are continuously plagued by this error, then you may be using some buggy software that is launching itself into a gazillion threads causing Mac OS X to freak out. If anyone has additional http://osxdaily.com/2010/02/09/mac-error-10810/ information or troubleshooting tips regarding this error, feel free to chime in. For what it's worth, simply killing and restarting the Finder was not sufficient in my experience to resolve the error, which is why a complete reboot of the Mac was necessary. Enjoy this tip? Subscribe to the OSXDaily newsletter to get more of our great Apple tips, tricks, and important news delivered to your inbox! Enter your email address below: Related articles: Fix Mac App Store Error @@errorNum@@Fix Mac App Store Error 100Fix "Error Establishing Database a Connection" When Using AbsintheFix the App Store "MZFreeProductCode .ClientCannotRedeemIosApp_explanation" Promo Code Redemption Error Posted by: William Pearson in Mac OS X, Troubleshooting 30 Comments » Comments RSS Feed Patrick McMahon says: February 9, 2010 at 5:21 pm I run into this every so often in Snow Leopard, to the point where I have to perform a hard restart. I noticed, on accident, yesterday that if I kick off Spotlight via Command+Space, and click on Show All, it will sometimes kick the Finder back into motion and restore my desktop icons, etc. Reply Aqilah says: September 18, 2012 at 8:36 pm Thanks a lot! really helpful patrick! Reply Steinar says: February 9, 2010
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with external hard drives or USB sticks, Finder crashes and does not automatically reopen. Trying to click on the Finder icon in the Dock does not help at all! It just causes a laconic message box that says: "The application Finder can't be opened (-10810)". Unless you want to logout and login back (or restart), the solution is simple but a little bit for the techie: Open up the Terminal application (use Spotlight if you cannot find it)Type: /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/Contents/MacOS/Finder &Press enter and... You're done! You can close the TerminalWaiting for a fix in 10.6.3... I hope this helps. Bye! Posted by: tciddaniw 65 Comments: mario Thanks for this post, but please tell Steve to fix it as soon as possible.I can't stand to have to use the terminal to re-open the finder. Monday, 04 January, 2010 szmash Thanks for this. It sorted Finder all right.Although the same bug got my Photoshop hanging when I was about to save. I'd hate to lose the graphic I've been working on for hours. Can PS be brought back to life without losing the document do you think? Saturday, 09 January, 2010 Anonymous This is strange because Finder and open/save dialogs are independent.Maybe it was a graver crash.Anyway, did you try to exit from the save dialog? Did PS just hang?Bye! Saturday, 09 January, 2010 szmash I saw the save dialog only for a bit and then I lost it. Possibly just after I named the file and hit Save in the dialog. PS stopped responding and all I saw was the spinning wheel cursor. In the meantime Finder kept throwing the -10810 error when I tried using it.Might be related to Snow Leopard's unreliable handling of network disks (I have a DNS-323 NAS, but as far as I gather from other forums it could as well have been any other network storage device). Just a guess...Anyway, I couldn'