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Imac 7,1 locking up


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I have upgraded from 2 Megs of ram to 4 and all went well. Installed Snow Leopard
(6.8 I believe) and now am having all kinds of freeze-up problems. Stops dead, does
not respond to anything other than shutting down and unplugging.
Never a stutter till I put in Snow Leopard.
Believe original operating system was 5.7.

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