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Recently installed Panther. For some reason it has lost communications with my Sound Sticks and sub woofer several times. I have to restart before system can find them. I have a G4, 867MHz with 2 MB L3 cache and 640MB SDRAM. No other problems really. Seems to work fine. Any suggestions?
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