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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Dan ,

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Lets try a few things here.
 
First alter the wallpaper to some other design as well as check to see what the screen saver is and if(alter it as well). If you have any hot cornercorners defined like ''Put Display to Sleep'' or ''Start Screen Saver'' if you do lets turn them off. AlsoAlso, lets dim the screen to a lower brightness (the lowest that you can still work from). See if these alters things. Are the lines in the same location? Does the display take longer or not wink out?
First alter the wallpaper to some other design as well as check to see what the screen saver is and if(alter it as well). If you have any hot cornercorners defined like ''Put Display to Sleep'' or ''Start Screen Saver'' if you do lets turn them off. AlsoAlso, lets dim the screen to a lower brightness (the lowest that you can still work from). See if these alters things. Are the lines in the same location? Does the display take longer or not wink out?
 
I do wonder if the power supply capacitors are breaking down (just effecting the CFL circuit side). This was a problem with this system as Apple and a few others got a bad run of them. Sorry to say Apple won't replace the power supply any more under warranty. Did you have it replaced before?
 
Are you up to fixing their system? Do you have the needed tools and ESD gear?
 
Review this guide [guide|950|Installing iMac G5 17" Power Supply]. You'll likely need to get all the way down to check out the capacitors to see if they have blistered or leaked. If they have you'll need a new power supply or will need to replace the capacitors. There is a kit you can buy with the needed capacitors. But, you'll need to solder then in, are you up to that, or do you know someone with the skills to do it for you?
 
Don't panic yet ;-}
 
Hopefully it's just a settings issue.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dan ,

Metin:

Lets try a few things here.

First alter the wallpaper to some other design as well as check to see what the screen saver is and if you have any hot corner defined ''Put Display to Sleep'' or ''Start Screen Saver'' if you do lets turn them off. Also lets dim the screen to a lower brightness (the lowest that you can still work from). See if these alters things. Are the lines in the same location? Does the display take longer or not wink out?

I do wonder if the power supply capacitors are breaking down (just effecting the CFL circuit side). This was a problem with this system as Apple and a few others got a bad run of them. Sorry to say Apple won't replace the power supply any more under warranty. Did you have it replaced before?

Are you up to fixing their system? Do you have the needed tools and ESD gear?

Review this guide [guide|950|Installing iMac G5 17" Power Supply]. You'll likely need to get all the way down to check out the capacitors to see if they have blistered or leaked. If they have you'll need a new power supply or will need to replace the capacitors. There is a kit you can buy with the needed capacitors. But, you'll need to solder then in, are you up to that, or do you know someone with the skills to do it for you?

Don't panic yet ;-}

Hopefully it's just a settings issue.

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