[iBook] Brrrrrr

Russ Gorman rusty57 at mac.com
Wed Jan 17 14:35:40 PST 2007

If there is added RAM - remove it and see if the problem stops. also,  
make sure your drive is not full.

On Jan 17, 2007, at 2:25 PM, Rebecca Hoffman wrote:

> I have a G3 800GHz iBook running OS10.3.9.
> It's been freezing; it stops responding to the tracpad or keyboard  
> commands and I have to shut the computer down manually and reboot.  
> This always happens when I set it down and walk away from it, even  
> for a few minutes. It has never happened while I was actively  
> working on anything. It has done this periodically for some time,  
> but the problem is becoming more frequent.
> When this happened in the past I would run the Disk Utility on my  
> install disks and then run Cocktail. After that it would run just  
> fine and I would have no problem with it for weeks.
> It froze today; I ran Disk Utility and Cocktail and a few minutes  
> later, it froze again.
> Is this a sign (from the great beyond or somewhere else) that I  
> need to get a new computer?
> Rebecca
> cold with fear in Portland
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