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BACK AGAIN IN THE FORUMS A MINUTE BEFORE YOU GUYS HELPED ME TO BOOT MY MAC, IM USING A DUAL 1.8 G5 AND I VE INSTALLED TIGER, THE THING IS THAT FREEZES A LOT AND IM GETTIG TO WORRY SO I RAN DISK PERMISSIONS AND ALL THAT STUFF BUT IT KEEPS DOING THE SAME.

CAN ANYONE HELP ME?

THANKS IN ADVANCE neye:
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BACK AGAIN IN THE FORUMS A MINUTE BEFORE YOU GUYS HELPED ME TO BOOT MY MAC, IM USING A DUAL 1.8 G5 AND I VE INSTALLED TIGER, THE THING IS THAT FREEZES A LOT AND IM GETTIG TO WORRY SO I RAN DISK PERMISSIONS AND ALL THAT STUFF BUT IT KEEPS DOING THE SAME.

CAN ANYONE HELP ME?

THANKS IN ADVANCE neye:
Bad ram possibly? Try running the hardware check utility on your OEM install disks. Also, try turning the Caps lock off, that may be causing some freezing.

-Chris
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Also, try turning the Caps lock off, that may be causing some freezing.

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Did you try upgrading to 10.4.1 ? It's in the software update.
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