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G5 Fan, problem Solved. All users who helped Please Read

Message #1 - Posted 2004/11/27 - Madasafish

My g5 seems back to normal, I picked it up this morning. I have never heard it so quiet. It seems to have been the Logic Board, as they have replaced it.

I am thank full to you all who tried to offer me help.

Thanks again.

Kev

Now one more thing if i start to leave the machine on all the time, and just put it into sleep mode when i am out at work will this be okay?

I have the 23inch Cinema display attached to it, and notice the light pulses, will this do any harm to the screen? Does putting it sleep mode power down the monitor, even though the light is still pulsing......

Again Thanks everyone for your help

Message #2 - Posted 2004/11/27 - Bonge Boo!

On 27/11/04 3:17 pm, in article csqdnWz7sYwUBzXcRVnyuQ@giganews.com, Madasafish wrote:

Now one more thing if i start to leave the machine on all the time, and just put it into sleep mode when i am out at work will this be okay?

Sleep it. Think of the Pacific Islanders.

I have the 23inch Cinema display attached to it, and notice the light pulses, will this do any harm to the screen? Does putting it sleep mode power down the monitor, even though the light is still pulsing......

The monitor is using sod all power when sleeping. LEDs don't pump out much Carbon.

Message #3 - Posted 2004/11/27 - Andy Hewitt

Madasafish wrote:

My g5 seems back to normal, I picked it up this morning. I have never heard it so quiet. It seems to have been the Logic Board, as they have replaced it.

I am thank full to you all who tried to offer me help.

Thanks again.

Kev

Now one more thing if i start to leave the machine on all the time, and just put it into sleep mode when i am out at work will this be okay?

I have the 23inch Cinema display attached to it, and notice the light pulses, will this do any harm to the screen? Does putting it sleep mode power down the monitor, even though the light is still pulsing......

Again Thanks everyone for your help

Nice one.

I usually leave mine to sleep, and simply turn off the monitor when I'm out.

Andy Hewitt ** FAF#1, (Ex-OSOS#5) - FJ1200 ABS
Honda Civic 16v: Windows free zone (Mac G5 Dual Processor) http://www.thehewitts.plus.com

Message #4 - Posted 2004/11/27 - Chris Ridd

On 27/11/04 3:32 pm, in article BDCE4E8C.82FDA%bingbong@spamcop.net, "Bonge Boo! wrote:

The monitor is using sod all power when sleeping. LEDs don't pump out much Carbon.

Or Cocoa ;-)

Cheers,

Chris

Message #5 - Posted 2004/11/27 - Bonge Boo!

On 27/11/04 5:41 pm, in article BDCE6CBC.6EBB7%chrisridd@mac.com, Chris Ridd wrote:

The monitor is using sod all power when sleeping. LEDs don't pump out much Carbon.

Or Cocoa ;-)

Now that's an idea. A computer monitor combined with beverage machine. They'll sell thousands...

Message #6 - Posted 2004/11/27 - Chris Ridd

On 27/11/04 6:37 pm, in article BDCE79D0.83002%bingbong@spamcop.net, "Bonge Boo! wrote:

On 27/11/04 5:41 pm, in article BDCE6CBC.6EBB7%chrisridd@mac.com, Chris Ridd wrote:

The monitor is using sod all power when sleeping. LEDs don't pump out much Carbon.

Or Cocoa ;-)

Now that's an idea. A computer monitor combined with beverage machine. They'll sell thousands...

It'll save Apple! (Hang on, haven't we been in this thread before?)

Cheers,

Chris

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