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Mac Specs: My Mac has died! Spec? 3 years old running 10.5.5 (was)

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Really need some help here! i am in Cambodia so no professional help! I have a black screen on my Mac which will only make a fan noise! Looking it up it seems like kernel 'something' what do i do? is my Mac dead?
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I moved your post to a forum where people will see it and try and help.

Can you give us more info? What Mac model is this and what specs?
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It is about 3 year old - runs os x 10.5.6 (I think) desktop has been loaded with previous leopard, i really am not very good at all this and not having any help here is difficult. thank you for transferring my message. Internet here is troublesome (third world country) I phone went down at the same time so is it possible it is something to do with internet? I feel really stupid knowing so little!
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One more quick question, is this a Desktop or Laptop Mac?
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