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The problem that you are experiencing is not a CMOS battery issue, because it doesn't have a CMOS battery.
What may be necessary is that you reset the PMU by following these directions: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1431
Please read the entire article before resetting your PMU and follow all the directions there.
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ibook G4 14" 1.4mhz
On an Apple system, this is an indication that it thinks there is little or no battery left and goes to sleep to protect data loss. Your battery might be going bad (showing a full charge, but lasting for only a few minutes) or there may be a problem with your power supply.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
SOURCE: IBOOK G4
Have you looked at disk #2 to make sure no scratches or sticky fingerprints?? Usually when you get an error on 2nd media its issues with this and or when you boot to fist disk goto utilities and check the hard dirve to see if its not failing at a point also make sure your doing a full restore and not archieve install
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Try a reset of the PMU, instructions here:
All the best
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Transferring you iPhoto Library requires the same version of iPhoto on each. Then you can just move the "package" from one to the other. It appears as a package in the latest versions but inside is a directory hierarchy. Older versions used the file system for this. The package keeps you from messing with the files and internal links. Depending on your collection you may need a real disk and not just a flash drive.
To transfer the photos themselves only requires exporting from one machine and importing on the other. However, you then lose any comments, folders, and anything but the photos. You may want to be sure to send the copy with red-eye correction... or you will have to do it again. Do it a folder at a time. -Ken
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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