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g3 freezes during sit time

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g3 freezes completey after minutes of no that i think of it, it is right as its about to go to screensaver.but i truned it off and it still freezes....its a g3 333 640mb 80/160 satadrives with a seritek card....a 9gb scsi boot...and a few other extras...any help appreciated
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When my G3 iMac showed similar freezes it turned out to be bad memory. Both 256 modules had gone bad. If you have the parts you might try swapping the memory sticks.
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