Question about Apple iBook 12 iBook G4 1.33GHz, Refurbished (A1133) Mac Notebook
If you mean 'work as a computer' then the answer is yes.If you mean 'work on the internet' the answer is yesIf you mean 'work wirelessly on the internet' then the answer is no.
You can use an ethernet cable to connect to your Router and that will give you the internet.
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you gone into airport utility?
are you using an airport extreme? if so, reset it.
then delete the current wireless network, and try setting up a new one in airport utility.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Start from scratch. Go back to your main computer and create a USB key and try that way.
Wondering, is your MAc setup for wireless?
Another thought, i had the same issue connecting my Mac to my parents wireless. I used the installation disc and that solved that.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I think the first thing you should do is make all updates. I know that in some versions of the iBook G4, the trackpad does not work after installing OS X 10.4 (Tiger) before you do the updates. Update your OS X first. secondly, does the button work? Does the trackpad show up in the System Preferences menu? (under keyboard and mouse). It's very unlikely that the trackpad came unhooked unless someone has opened up your computer. If they have, there is a really good chance that they didn't plug it back in, because it's a hassle and easy to forget.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
It takes a lot of force to break a charger connector in the charge socket, so the connector socket in the iBook will probably be damaged and needs replacing. Take it to a reputable repairer, or, if you have the skills, you can fit a replacement DC In Board.
Posted on May 29, 2009
The blue screen marks the start of the login process. If the Mac freezes there, it usually indicates that some third-party System Preference is hanging the boot process. There are several ways to diagnose the problem. The simplest is to hold down the Shift key after hearing the boot chime. This will disable third-party System Preferences and should allow you to come up to the login screen. Then you can review the third-party preferences and go to the website of each of them to make sure you have the most up-to-date version that is compatible with your level of the Mac OS.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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