Look at the keyboard, in the row of Function Keys at the top are two clips, located about an inch in from each side of the keyboard, use your fingernails to pull the clips towards you and lift off the keyboard, the memory door is located under the keyboard.
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did you change the logic board by yourself?
I'm afraid that the trackpad-connector is not properly installed on the logicboard...
then it is not a software issue.. ibook trackpad AppleNova Forums
- but you can use separate mouse on USB:
Are you interested in upgrading to OS X? If so, you'll need to find out how much memory your iBook has. Click the Apple menu (top right) and click "About this Computer" If you have at least 256 Megabytes, you can install OS X. I'd suggest 10.4.
The advantages of upgrading will be better compatibility with newer Mac software. It will feel more sluggish than OS 9, though, but it won't crash as much.
If you can go to your local library to use their machines to access the Internet, you can buy 10.4.
Here's a site that sells it for $79 (the lowest price I could find):
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If you have the original Install CDs that came with the iBook put in
Install Disk 1. When the Menu Bar appears go to Disk Utility (under file manu). Choose your HD and look for
the S.M.A.R.T. status. It should be Verified. Then choose Repair
Permissions. After that is done choose Repair Disk.
If none of this works find the Hardware Test Disk and run that.