Question about Apple iMac G4 Desktop
Have you tried reseting the pmu.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Three major possibilities: corrupt OS, failing drive, failing logic board.
There are many ways to diagnose this, but each requires equipment or packages an average user may not have. You could boot from a DiskWarrior CD and run a disk rebuild; this would report disk hardware failures. You could boot from an external drive containing a bootable copy of the OS; if it still boots slowly and locks up, the logic board is suspect. You could reinstall your OS using archive-and-install; if this fixes the problem, it was a corrupt OS.
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