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Problem with my new 1.83ghz iMAC 17"


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Problem with my new 1.83ghz iMAC 17"
I need help people!!! I got this baby last month and I am deeply dissapointed with it. It freezes as soon as you stop working on it for more than 5 minutes and if it goes to sleep it also freezes. This is my fourth mac computer and I have never had so many problems. I so the comments of another guy who had the same problem and I already tried the disk utility and the erasing the computer thing, no result!!! Please help me...
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