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Hi all,

For some reason my mac mini has stopped booting correctly. I was surfing to the internet and listening to music on itunes. During the evening the screen would go blank to like a blue screen then quickly go back to normal. Then after several times the mini crashed.

When i press the power button i hear the chime and then i get a grey screen constantly.

Any ideas why this would happen and how I can fix it?

Thanks,

Edward

p.s. the mac mini is a 1.25ghz power pc version with 1gb ram. It has 2 USB ports.
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