[X-Newbies] optimizing System Performance

Alex lists at lexial.ca
Mon Apr 18 17:53:35 PDT 2005

On Apr 18, 2005, at 8:29 PM, Cyril Blanc wrote:

> I do not agree with you ; you can use Xupport ; it does it very well, 
> a Newbie can use it :-)

Sure. But what if something goes wrong? As a newbie, are you 
comfortable troubleshooting a Mac that won't boot in Mac OS X?

> You do not need "rebooting your Mac in single-user mode and 
> reconfiguring your machine from the CLI"

Read the Xupport help, specifically the "Troubleshooting" section under 
"Swap". If you don't have another boot volume available, that's exactly 
what you need to do.


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