i believe those were the words conveyed to me during the 'driven by design' seminar way back when..
i've had my G5 1.6gHz machine up & running at work for the better part of 2 months now.. having migrated completely to this machine two weeks, i'm noticing extensive problems.. my machine is freezing about once a day (on average), and has frozen completely 3 times today already (in 3.5 hrs).. it's freezing when i close finder windows, when i load a program, working in a program, dragging something to the trash, or just out of the blue..
anyone have any insight as to why my machine is posessed?! is it just the devil, getting back at me for getting rid of my G4?!
no 3rd party ram, just the 1.25gb it came shipped with..
running osx 10.3.5.. haven't done the firmware update..
thanks for the info, i'll try some things..
i've unplugged my keyboard & mouse from the usb ports in the 20" cinema display, and all seems to be fine for the time being.. i'm still going to run some diagnostics, just to see what's up..
Have you installed any new programs/updates recently? It could be buggy/incompatible software programs.
Also do you run routine maintenance: cron scripts, repair permissions or prebind the system. If you leave the machine on it will automatically run the cron scripts during the night (around 4:30 I think -default) or you can use utilities to run the maintenance routines. I don't know if this will resolve your particular problem, but are a good idea to run from once in a while, anytime & especially after installing new software updates.
Macbook Pro 2.53/4GB RAM/320 HD