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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

iBook Crash

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Hey folks
I have a 12" iBook running 10.3.6
When I can back to my desk 5 min ago, and went to move my mouse - the computer shut off. It wasn't sleeping and I only had iTunes and Adium open. I couldn't restart without plugging it in. The battery had a 21% charge in it before it turned off. When I restarted it, the date was set back to 1969. What do you think happened?
Everything seems to be fine now. Should I do anything?
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well I repaired the permissions, and I reset the PRAM and PMU. Everything seems to be fine now... I hope..
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wait - now the date and time seem to reset everytime I restart... ahhh
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