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-With the history of this machine and information you have given: I would start out by hooking it up to an external monitor to see if the screen on it is going black also. I would also take a look at your system logs to see what the operating system is saying about what is going on. Instructions for getting to the log files kept by the system is [http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/3521/os-x-how-to-view-log-files/|here.] Next I would reset your SMC and PRAM. Instructions for doing that are [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3964|here] and [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1379|here.] What is the sleep indicator doing when the screen goes black? When the screen goes black can you take a flashlight and see anything on the screen, such as the open windows? Does changing the screes brightness up and down at least temporarily let you see what is on the screen again?
+With the history of this machine and information you have given: I would start out by running the diagnostic utilities on your OSx install disk to see what if any trouble codes it gives. Next try hooking it up to an external monitor to see if the screen on it is going black also. I would also take a look at your system logs to see what the operating system is saying about what is going on. Instructions for getting to the log files kept by the system is [http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/3521/os-x-how-to-view-log-files/|here.] Next I would reset your SMC and PRAM. Instructions for doing that are [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3964|here] and [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1379|here.] What is the sleep indicator doing when the screen goes black? When the screen goes black can you take a flashlight and see anything on the screen, such as the open windows? Does changing the screes brightness up and down at least temporarily let you see what is on the screen again?

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With the history of this machine and information you have given: I would start out by hooking it up to an external monitor to see if the screen on it is going black also. I would also take a look at your system logs to see what the operating system is saying about what is going on. Instructions for getting to the log files kept by the system is [http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/3521/os-x-how-to-view-log-files/|here.] Next I would reset your SMC and PRAM. Instructions for doing that are [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3964|here] and [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1379|here.] What is the sleep indicator doing when the screen goes black? When the screen goes black can you take a flashlight and see anything on the screen, such as the open windows? Does changing the screes brightness up and down at least temporarily let you see what is on the screen again?

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