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Fix a Disk Utility error showing 'No Valid Packages'
Authored by: DanFrakes on Mar 19, '07 09:10:45AM
    So I inserted my install disc and ran a search for the file. Sure enough, I found it and copied it to /Library/Reciepts. When I next ran Repair Permissions, it ran perfectly, not even needing a restart before trying to do so.

It may have appeared to run perfectly, but that doesn't mean it did ;-) Unless you're running the same version of OS X as the one on your Install disc, you're using a package that differs from the one that actually matches your OS X installation. If you're going to copy this file from another location, you should find someone running the same version of OS X as you.

Dan Frakes / Senior Editor, Macworld / Senior Reviews Editor, Playlist

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