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sleep/hibernation problems


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Hello,

My ibook G3 700MHz will not turn back on after I close the screen and put it in sleep mode. When I lift the screen back up, the screen turns blank and I have to end up re-starting up the whole laptop. Also is there a program on this ibook where I can do a diagnostic check to make sure everything is up to par? I hope someone out there can help. Thanks.
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