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I MAC G5 Screen showing glitches and freezing for a split second


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I've been having my i'mac G5 for about 8 months the past week the screen when loading the computer gets glitches, where the screen becomes where pixelated. When the computer finishes loading I have parts of the screen with boxes of pixelated stuff are there but I can take a folder on the desktop and drag it around the screen and the stuff goes away, but when i load a program for example i photo it seems like it freezes and the glitches come again. if anyone can let me know of something please let me know.

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Sounds pretty much like the known logic board problem of the Rev. A iMac G5.

Check this:
http://www.apple.com/support/imac/re...ensionprogram/

You probably need to bring it to the closest Apple service center, and they will exchange your logic board. It's covered by the warranty, so nothing to pay.
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Thanks for the help I will be checking up on that

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Sounds pretty much like the known logic board problem of the Rev. A iMac G5.

Check this:
http://www.apple.com/support/imac/re...ensionprogram/

You probably need to bring it to the closest Apple service center, and they will exchange your logic board. It's covered by the warranty, so nothing to pay.
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