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I'm sorry about the issue, Please try some basic troubleshooting steps to isolate and fix the problem. First try Disk Utility :
Then reset the PRAM and NVRAM of your Mac. Follow the steps below;
let me know the results please
What's happened to cause it is a corruption of files in the System folder.
Hope it works out
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Hi, welcome to justanswer.com!My name is ***** ***** need some information before we begin:Please go to the Apple logo at the upper left of your computer screen to About This Mac and give me this information:The exact system Version (listed right under OS X ??)ProcessorMemory
Does the spinning wheel happen all the time or only with certain apps?
OK and you already checked the drive with the Disk Utility and Verify Disk was OK in green type, correct? If so restart and hold the Shift key until you see the Apple logo. This will activate Safe boot and it will check the drive for errors among other things, it also does not load any third party additions. It may take longer to boot and you may see a progress bar during part of the process. If it starts up OK… login and see if the issue is gone.
OK if the problem is gone in safe boot, I can remote connect and diagnose this issue.
Is the issue gone in Safe Boot? If so I can as an option diagnose your problem remotely, if it is not gone I suggest you reinstall your system, boot to Recovery HD again but this time Reinstall. Let me know please...
I can also continue in chat either way, let me know.