Now is your chance... give more detail. Don't be unclear.
You said he would be happier with a new Mac..and that we have seen this before...someone buys an old Mac and then pulls their hair out and gets all pissed off. And I say... no one in here in this thread is pissed off.
No, not P.O.'d, I'm just confused why, if it WAS running properly, why is it not now.
One of those mysteries of bits and bytes. It all depends on how the ROM loads if it's a failing or marginal ROM. Sometimes it will load its info right, sometimes not if the circuits inside decide to not cooperate at the moment. Kind of a loose connection in the ROM chip. Get a bigger hammer.
To be eligible to contribute to a thread, one must be able to make a point? Next you'll want people to be able to comprehend what others are saying. This is going to be boooooooring . . . [ wink] Leaves me out . . .
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