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OS 10.5 - Airport dropping out and Booting Up issues

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Have been using macs for a few years now but have never come across any real software riddles apart from on my less than 1 year old 13 inch Macbook.

1. The laptop fails to boot up properly sporadically, i get the disk whirling and nothing on the display. My little little sleep button @ the bottom right of the machine does stay on.

2. My AirPort switches itself off (again sporadically), but once it does this, it cannot be simply switched back on via the finder menu.

I spoke to mac, but they wouldn't impart any unpaid for info other than they thought it was a software issue.

Any thoughts?
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