Where is my mind?

Andy Armstrong andy at hexten.net
Mon Jul 2 17:43:18 BST 2007

john_oshea at wordbank.com wrote:
> If it's 15 seconds, you *could* try holding down Command-V to see if any
> of the verbose boot messages (a) appear, and (b) give any clue as to
> what's up. If you get something appearing, then trying a 'target mode'
> boot off another mac / external HD is worth a shot.
> Of course if you've *tried* all that, do tell me to shut up...  ;-)

No display or evidence that anything you press makes any difference. I 
don't think it's listening :)

> Last (and only, thankfully) time I over-caffeinated my laptop, I just
> took it to my local Apple Centre - they had to ship it off to Apple
> Ireland anyway, apparently, and extended my two-weeks-out-of-date
> warranty to cover it, which I'm still fairly gobsmacked at.
> Apple Centre New Oxford St W1++ for that one.

I'm going to look for one on eBay that's dead in a complementary way to 
mine :)

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