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Old Sep 4, 2008, 01:36 PM   #1
michaline
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anyone near boothbay maine certified to fix powerbooks?

i'm visiting maine and my powerbook g4 just stopped working. it won't boot up, even from the install disc. it sounds like there's something loose inside- and when i click disc utility my hard drive won't show up.

now i can't get the install disc out.

love maine, but miss the convenience of popping into the apple store for help!

the closest place, according to apple help is 2 hours away and i'm going to drive there tomorrow... just wondering if anyone out there has had this problem.

time to buy a new computer, i suppose... so if you're reading this and have advice as to whether to upgrade to the 15in powerbook thats 7200 rpm and why/why not, it's much appreciated!
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