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iBook 600mhz G3 running 10.3.9 keeps logging me out. Other problems.
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2007-06-06, 17:41

Not randomly really, but no matter what I do in the system preferences it seems that I just CANT leave it alone for 30 minutes or so to download a file without coming back to a login screen.

Also, if I'm running a few programs at once to the point where this baby heats up a bit (lol) even the slightest adjustment of the screen makes it go black. Then I have to close the screen, open it, hold the power button for a bit until the white light in front starts flashing on and off. Then hold it down again to revive the screen. The internet disconnects after this.

This makes it REALLY hard to download anything because it either logs out automatically after some inactivity or if I am active I might accidentally bump the screen slightly. It's really sensitive no matter how careful I am I do this at least a few times a day.

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