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Hi,

Just wondering if anyone has experienced this if so, how can it be fixed.
I just recently started having my Ibook make the I'm turning on noise, except it will happen while the computer is already on. Sometimes it just does it once, other times 3-5 times in a row. It has been happening consistently and is becoming rather annoying.
Anyone have any idea what may be going on and how to stop it?

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