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iBook - ibook g4 crashing like mad


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I just bought a Mac ibook 1 Ghz and its crashing like crazy it gets very hot very fast is there anything that can be done?

And is this normal? even in newer models?
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Need more detail in order to help.
This is a used machine you bought, with no warranty, right?
Crashing like crazy is not normal.
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