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Safari cannot find the Internet plug-in.
What i am assuming, is that you are running a mac. Safari tends to be part of the mac operating system. There is use to be safari for PC, but apple removed support for it, you can technically use the browser on PC, just the old unpatched one (highly not recommended).
1) Run a mac OS update, generally the update section is in the apple app store. See if there is any updates for Safari as well for the MAC OS, update and see if it resolves the issue.
2) More or less if the OS/Safari is slightly older, the app store will auto detect if your current MAC can be upgradable to the new OS with the missing plug in for safari, you can do this without losing any files as long as the power adapter is plugged in throughout the entire upgrade process.
on Feb 18, 2018
Bad keypads macbook pro 17
First, try plugging in any USB keyboard to your laptop to try the "problem keys" be sure it's just your laptop's built-in keyboard that's messed up.
PowerbookMedic.com sells the built-in keyboard that goes in your 17" MacBook Pro for about $85. That will probably take care of the problem, but check iFixit.com for a guide (with pictures) on how to replace the keyboard, to assess whether you're comfortable undertaking the task.
on Sep 03, 2014
Try holding Command, OPTION, P and R all at the same time just after you press the power button. This will clear the pram and nvram (internal settings) and try if it boots up after that.
If not, let me know.
on Feb 07, 2014
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