Hi all, I'm sitting in an internet cafe in Tokyo with my dead PowerBook (1.33 GHz, 1.25 GB RAM, 60 GB HD, no superdrive) beside me. When I try to boot, I get the startup chime and then, a few seconds later, the fans starts to spin hard and nothing comes up on the screen. At least not after about a minute or so - I'm scared to leave it screaming like that for too long. First, does anyone have an idea what's happened here? For the last couple months I've been noticing that it was warmer than usual, especially around the hard drive (lower left). I've been using a desk fan to keep it cool while I work (I use it 10-14 hours a day, multitasking all the time). I thought it might just have been the summer heat, but even when it cooled down the laptop was still hotter than normal (but not scorching). In the last few weeks I've also had problems putting it to sleep. Occasionally, after doing work on the Tube, it would not wake up after being put to sleep. Is there a chance it was overheating because I put it straight into its sleeve after doing work? I would also like to see if I can access it in target mode. Do I just need a regular Firewire cable for that? Does anyone have any ideas? Have I simply pushed it too hard for too long and now it's given up on me?