|Thanks for your response!|
I've tried all of the above. I actually re-installed OSX Tiger
instead of Leopard. I only used Tiger for one day until I got
my hands on a Leopard DVD. But the thing is that I think it
worked fine. However when I re-installed Leopard the
problems began again.
But let's say it's a hardwere problem... Can I install Leopard
on another of my four internal hard disks in for example disk
bay 3? Or does it have to be in bay 1?
And if the disk in bay 1 is indeed dead, can I just replace it
with whatever disk or does it have to be a special disk to