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Make sure you have the latest updates, 10.4.9. There is a firmware update that deals with this problem. You can also try these steps:

make sure your software is up to date first. if you don't know how to check, blue apple>about this mac> under mac os x should be your version. If it's 10.4.8, click software update. If it's 10.4.9, try the steps listed above.
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