I know this has been discussed on this forum but I ran into a problem executing the fix that I am hoping someone can shed some light on. I installed Leopard on my IBook (running Panther before). I now have the infamous "blank blue screen of death." I searched the forum and have tried the different fixes regarding deleting the applicationenhancer files but not luck. I have also read that I should simply reinstall Leopard using "archive and reinstall." The problem is that I don't have the 12 gb available anymore to archive and reinstall. I also can't access my hard drive to delete the files necessary to free up the space. Long story short, I tried accessing the drive with another mac but apparently have unrelated issues with my other computer that doesn't let me view my IBook as a target drive. Does anyone have suggestions on how I can access and delete files on my IBook so that I can archive and reinstall Leopard? Thanks in advance for all the help.