N/APosted on - 12/16/2011
I downloaded Safari 4 on my MacBook Pro with Mac OS X. After downloading, I instantly install it with my PC but the application quit unexpectedly. The error says the possible cause is the TastyAppsAVPlugin plug-in. What do I miss on my installation? How can I resolve it?
TastyAppsAVPlugin plug-in error on my MacBook Pro
You will need to search for the plug-in that has been recommended in the error message that it should be installed before you install the safari browser. When you try to install the browser without the plug-in being installed then the installation will definitely not be successful. Therefore just go to Google and then type in the search box the name of the plug-in as it is, and from the search result, choose the best one that you can download the plug-in from.
You can also try downloading another safari browser, just in case the one that you are trying to install has some problems. I will recommend that you go to the apple website and download the browser from there.