In Design software problems with Mac G5 Printing

We are currently working from Mac OS X, along with CS2 InDesign.  When we are working with a document, and want to print&it continuously crashes on sporadic pages. We also cannot make postscript files on these problem pages. If we make an actual PDF of the entire page, and then place the PDF, it can then print. The only items we have discovered is that some PDF Ads changed to tiff files correct some of the page problems. We are running into pages that are completely text though that seem to crash InDesign every time we want to print them. We are stumped why these certain pages keep crashing. Any help would be greatly appreciate
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GeorgeidpAuthor Commented:
the machine did not even load up.  we reinstalled the os saving the user settings.  so far so good.  it seems that they crash alot with the font problem.  4 g5s with cs2.
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