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Old Dec 11, 2006, 06:35 AM   #1
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powerbook 17 1.67ghz sudden motion sensor

Is there any way to access a log of when the sudden motion sensor in my powerbook was last activated.

I live with several other college students who regularly use my computer, about 3 days ago my computer was sitting on the poker table when I got home from work (where I did not place it) and since then has exibited several problems I associate with it being dropped (previous experience with an ibook g3); lid does not stay closed, funny noises, lights on keyboard acting strangely, friends not responding to or even acknowledging simple questions about who used the computer, etc.

I would like to know if something happened before I start randomly (or not so) accusing my friends and housemates.
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