My Powerbook G4 12" 1.5 GHz started giving kernel panics at every normal boot (safe boot works fine). After trying all the debug info (PRAM, NVRAM, upgrading to 10.4.10, etc etc) I tried the Apple Hardware Test from my install disc. Everything passed except the Video RAM gave me an "error detected" with error code 2NVD/1/4: 2122. Everything online is telling me I need a new logic board. However, I can still boot into safe mode. It seems that safe mode just has a few things disabled that I can live without (audio, dvd), especially considering a new logic board will cost me $700. I'm wondering if I can just always use safe mode, or even better, find a way to disable the single item safe mode is disabling that is causing the kernel panic in normal boot. Any insight on whether this is a brilliant or very stupid idea would be greatly appreciated.