will need to boot into single user mode probably.....
P. Briscoe (Non running-dog anti-imperial anti-Bush unapologist name-changer; 23129)
Posted on: 11-23-2019 19:35.
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seems as if there's only one account on the Mac, and as soon as someone logs in, the "too many pictures on Desktop" brings Finder to it's knees. Since the GUI won't let you force-quit Finder (only relaunch), you would need single-user mode most def.
- Here's an interesting problem. - Bean, 11-21-2019 07:43 (Views: 26; Replies: 29)
- did you get it fixed? Or is she still in computer hell? [nt] - P. Briscoe, 11-26-2019 12:54 (Views: 4)
- I'll chant this mantra until I stop working with computers - Progressivebreaks, 11-24-2019 13:55 (Views: 21)
- A bash or python script could split the files into sub folders, that might help. - pudds, 11-24-2019 11:19 (Views: 10)
- Could try "find" in terminal - enet, 11-23-2019 19:03 (Views: 19)
- Nah, man, remove the HDD, mount it on another computer, copy everything. [nt] - Citizen Z, 11-21-2019 13:50 (Views: 7)
- might have to loop it. - P. Briscoe, 11-21-2019 08:12 (Views: 11)
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