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    15" PB 1.5, 512 ram, superdrive, one sexy computer!
    my powerbook seems to be louder than usual
    Just recently my powerbook started to make more noise when it is running than it used to. So I have two questions. What is something inside that makes noise? I am thinking hard drive and fan. Its just a tad annoying because it used to be perfectly quiet. So I am worried something could be wrong. When I had a problem with the logic board like two months after I bought it, and it took a real long time to get back to me, I complained and spoke to a supervisor who said if I ever have a problem, they would replace it. So I may do that...

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    What type of noise? I have a 15" aluminum G4 and the only noise I've ever heard is from the occasional CD that is not balanced properly. Makes a **** of a racket. Does the 15 have a fan? I've never heard it.

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