After upgrading my OS to Snow Leopard, the system asked for a file named “System Events.app”.
You can find it under:
Thank you very much!
Thanks! This seems to be a popular issue
Thanks man! Just one Google away
Very helpful. Thanks.
Thanks… easy fix. Cheers!
grazie mille! thank you!
Thanks a lot for this little tutorial. Very helpful.
You + google to the rescue!
nice one, thanks
Thank you very much. For a moment i was stumped cause right after the SL installation, my internet connection (Airport) broke too (implemented New Location fix) till my friend pointed me to this page on his macbook.
Thanks, but I think it’s Core Services, with an “s” the folder.
yea CoreServices – s but no space- Thank you Roberto!
Yes it seems to be working for me too… but what causes this glitch, quite a blunder on Apple’s behalf with so many having this issue. What caused it, does it have any side effects and would it have been resolved in the ensuing software update that MACOSX SL is doing after having been installed?
UTILISSIMO! Grazie mille.
VERY HELPFUL! Many tanks.
I clicked browse and couldn’t find CoreServices when I searched for it. Then, when I pressed cancel on the browse menu, the window asking me for System Events had vanished. Is there a way to get it back? Will something bad happen if I don’t? How can I find Coreservices (Or even the folder System for that matter)? Thanks for your help,
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