My PowerBook G4 17 inch Freezing!!!!!!

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  1. ®©™VERSE™©®
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    i need help its been freezing i have no idea and its annoying:confused:
     
  2. imaketouchtheme
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    That was some amazing information on your issue.....

    Have you been downloading a lot of things recently to "gunk" up your system?

    I would really need a lot more information on your problem to actually help you.
     
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    Can you tell us what you are doing when it freezes?
     
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    well yes i download i lot of stuff and when on surfing the web it just freezes and just have to press the power button down and when i turn it back on it makes these weird beep noise and screen is just black with the light blinking and it might freeze right now cuz im using it
     
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    what is running when this happens.

    what are you doing.

    your not giving us enough to go on.
     
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    well i just go on safari or when i do anything and is just freezes with it feels like it im running on leopord imthinking probably my ram is full but probably thats not the problem
     
  7. imaketouchtheme
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    It's most likely because you have been downloading a lot of stuff that can slow down your system. Do you get the spinning beach ball thing a lot? That is a sign of the computer being unresponsive.

    Check your Activity Monitor and make sure you don't have a lot of applications eating up your RAM.
     
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    No i dont get the spinning beach ball is just freezes completely doest even think about it
     

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