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iBooks Freezing?


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Just a lil FYI, for you all that are having trouble with the iBooks, freezing when moved this is what i discoverd...im new to MAC, so i just learned something:


"In the event of a drop, your iBooks Sudden Motion Sensor (SMS) instantly parks the hard drive heads so they wont scratch the disks on impact, reducing the risk of damage. When the module senses your iBook is level, it unlocks the hard drive heads automatically."

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that applies to the newest versions of iBooks. They added the SMS's recently.

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o ok, thanks....the older ones had somekinda liquidboard in them i think...well i read they did...thats why everyone moved their iBOOK and it froze... Do you know what the old ones had?
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the previous version to yours did not have a SMS. i am not sure that iBooks have ever had SMS until now.

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