Okay, given the recent upsurge in problems I've been having with this Powerbook, I'm really tempted to buy a new one, and burn this one in order to kill the ghouls inside. Here's my most recent problem. The computer was running rather slow, and I was getting that beachball a bunch, so I figured I'd reboot and things would run smoother. Well, on rebooting Palm Desktop had some error, and the computer just froze, so I had to force it to shut down and then reboot. Everything went ok, until I logged on to my account. For some reason, it had completely reset itself to how it looks just when you freshly install the system. Nothing on the desktop, Dock reset and everything. None of my files are anywhere to be found on the hard drive, but the space that is allocated to them is still there. In other words, there are 6 or 7 GB unaccounted for, hidden somewhere. Safari has reset itself, and lost all my bookmarks and such. Everything I've opened up has taken me through the setup guides that you get when you first install the system. What's going on? I've tried repairing permissions, but that hasn't helped. I have File Vault on right now, and am tempted to turn that off, but it'll take a while, and I kinda wanted to work on my files right now... has this happened to any one before? Help! Oh, and I'm running OS 10.3.9, if that helps.