Fix crashes 32-bit applications with Mac OS X Safe Boot

A rare but potentially frustrating problem that you may encounter after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.8 or after applying an update as the latest version is 10.8.2 a number of applications in the system can start crashing at launch. This is not the case for all programs and subjects may seem a bit random, but it is likely that they share a common ground in being all 32-bit programs.

If this happens to you, in a potentially fast to handle this is to reboot the system in safe mode by holding down the Shift key at startup and then restarting normally. Although the precise cause of the problem is unknown, it does not seem to be erased by some maintenance routines performed by loading the system in Safe Mode, which include the dynamic loader is responsible for mapping libraries that need a program in the memory space it is very possible using.It is a problem in the "dyld" shared cache may cause mishandling it loading of libraries for 32-bit code, and this compensation should help solve the problem.

In addition to or instead of starting in safe mode, you must also be able to tackle this problem by using a third party tool like OnyX can access and remove the cache dyld shared and perform other routine maintenance on system.

If Safe Mode does not seem to help, or if you can not easily boot into safe mode because you have a firmware password and FileVault enabled on the system, you can use this or a similar utility to erase the cache and hopefully solve the problem.
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