Question about Apple PowerBook G4 Mac Notebook
Try rebooting into safe mode, then emptying your trash and restarting to normal operation. In safe mode, all internet is dissabled, so dont go trying to fire up the bluetooth or wi fi. The systme trashes unneccessary fonts and cache that can complicate the boot up.
If that does not remedy, try getting anothe rmacintosh running 10.3 or higher and a firewire cable. Boot your powerbook into TARGET DISK MODE and from the other mac go to UTILITIES and run permissions on your powerbook ( it should be on the left pane in DISK UTILITIES )
These are a few quick fixes, if they dont remedy the situation, keep me posted and try providing more info, like which version of osx, what you were downloading, and what apps were open when it was last functional.
Keep me posted.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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