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G3 Main street and the sleep of death


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I have just bought a G3 wallstreet 233Mhz 512K,96MB ram 228MB Virtual Memory, 12.1" screen 10 gig Hd on two partitions, running OS Z1-9.2.2 installed from a G4 Powebook disk. the odd thing is its immune to the "sleep of death" inherrant in the G3 Serise PB's the average is 1 crash in 3 sleeps but i have had one in about 45 usually when i have lots of programmes running, but the oddest thing is i have just had the origial 2 GB Hd replaced and i had the exact same set up as i have now but it crashed on every sleep any suggestions?
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