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Solution: I found a solution, that so far, has worked of me. To get your MacBook to boot normal without the lines, boot from your system install DVD, select "Startup Disk" from the "Utilities" drop down menu, and highlight your hard drive icon in there. Reboot and you shouldn't get the lines.
Itâ€™s been theorized that OS X 10.4.7 somehow broke how the PRAM gets updated/saved with respect to a default boot device. At any rate, if you have experienced this problem, you can let Apple know about it by filing a report at their [url=http://www.apple.com/macosx/feedback/]Mac OS X Feedback link.[/url]Â
The Mac Owners Support Group, aka MacOSG, was conceived in February, 2004 as the G5 Owners Support Group by Dave Merten, a former "Focus on Mac Support" guide at About.com. After purchasing a DOA Power Mac G5, and noticing on Apple Discussion Boards that people seemed to be having a lot of common hardware problems with them, Merten decided to open a support site for Power Mac G5 owners. He called it G5 Owners Support Group, registered the G5support.com domain and also applied to Apple to become an online Apple User Group.
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