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1228 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: May 26, 2008 12:42 PM by lynxster
Holding down on the power button for a few seconds will shut the iBook down. Pressing control-Apple-power all at the same time will force the computer to restart. Hopefully one of those two ways will work instead of unplugging the power and the battery if you do need to force a shutdown/restart.
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How much hard drive space do you have?
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I am allowing the thing to go into sleep mode even when pluged-in. I think that has helped but I did have some issues again while using itunes.
Keep track of your repairs. Call a local attorney and ask questions about the Lemon laws in your area--they might apply to more than just cars. Get a external drive to hold your important files.355.6 mm ibook 1.42 ghz g4 1.5g ram, Mac OS X (10.4.6), its the white laptop model