When i start up my computer the fan runs real loud. I see that in a lot of posts. I cant find out what these two icons mean that flash on my screen. It looks like a blue happy face in a folder and a question mark. I have an imac g5 that i had to get the logic board replaced on a little while back that was covered by apple but now i am having this issue. Also when i put a startup disc in there and hold down c it goes to a screen saying i need to restart my computer and gives other kernal and darwin messages.
I think its posessed imac g5, Mac OS X (10.4.6) Posted on Feb 19, 2009 8:42 PM. The fans run loud and you get the simple icon when your Mac can't find a bootable hard drive to start up from. It's actually asking you which drive to boot from, same thing you would get if you hold down the Option key when you start your Mac. Exactly what model iMac do you have & how old is it?
This Question Mark storyline was originally in the EGS:NP subsection of the site, and is still there if you want to read it at a larger size and with individual comic. You may be right about up or down, but it can’t face down AND point down. So an arrow pointing down must not be the blaze or it must face a direction.
If it's over 3 years old, have you ever replaced the backup battery? One would assume you got a new one when they replaced your logic board, but, you never know.
If you are comfortable doing it, disconnect your iMac from power, then open your iMac and make sure the RAM DIMMS are fully seated in their slots and any reachable cables (like the cables to your hard drive & superdrive) are firmly seated. Then reassemble your Mac and restart. If you have 2 removable RAM DIMMS you might also want to test each separately. Take the 2d DIMM out and restart your Mac. Does it work. If it does, then the DIMM you removed may be bad. If it doesn't work, swap the DIMMS (so the 2d DIMM is now in the 1st slot and the 1st DIMM is out).
Restart your Mac. Does it work. If so, then the 1st DIMM may be bad. If that doesn't fix the problem, or you are not comfortable doing that, then best thing to do would be to take your iMac back to the place that serviced it before. Elsawin Final Code Keygen Software. You may have gotten a bad replacement logic board. Feb 20, 2009 9:54 AM. When troubleshooting, make sure you disconnect all devices from your computer except for the keyboard & mouse.
'when i put a startup disc in there and hold down c it goes to a screen saying i need to restart my computer and gives other kernal and darwin messages.' You experienced a kernal panic. F Zero Gx Iso Ntsc Jobs on this page. Check out the following: Mac OS X: 'Broken folder' icon, prohibitory sign, or kernel panic when computer starts 'it looks like a blue happy face in a folder and a question mark.' See the following Article: Mac OS: Flashing Globe When Computer Turns On or *A folder that has an alternating flashing question mark* 'the boot up disk is now stuck in my mac.'
See the following Articles: iMac (Slot Loading): Troubleshooting CD/DVD Eject Failures Macintosh: How to Eject a Disc When Other Options Do Not Work 'i had visited a genius bar with this computer and both times had some good and some bad.' Reasoning for not fixing your computer? Which 'model' & 'generation' G5 iMac do you have?
Need this info so that the knowledgeable users can provide you with the proper troubleshooting solution(s). How to identify your iMac Getting information about your computer You can have this info displayed on the bottom of every post by going to 'My Settings' which is located in the column on the right under your name, and filling in the information asked for.
Thank you After your issues are cleared up, you need to consider updating your OS to OS 10.4.11. Your system info confirms you are still using the outdated version-OS 10.4.6. Feb 23, 2009 8:23 AM. I apologize if this is the incorrect place to start this string. But i need help with a question mark problem. I have finally installed a printer on our older mac, and now, all of the kids games that used to show up as the game icon in the doc, have been replaced?
And when i click on the? Nothing happens. When i reload the games and try to bring the icon down to the doc, it will not stay. How do i get rid of those? Marks, or at least convert them back to their original pictures. When i click on the question marks, nothing happens, however it still the correct name of the game listed on it. Mar 22, 2009 9:19 AM.
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