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It is an Apple iMac g5 desktop. i i have tried the control button but it is not working up to now.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iMac G5
If it isn't the power supply, some of the early G5 imacs had a capacitor failure issue...mine just died, in fact. It was just shutting off by itself, even turned on once by itself....but tonight, when it shut down, it would not restart. I opened it up and looked and sure enough, 11 bulging/leaking capacitors. My local service center says there are two options: 1. new mother board-aprox $500 or replacing the capacitors- between $170-200. Until Dec 15, 2008..this was apparently covered under a special warranty extension program Apple had....typical!
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: My Apple IMac G5, 2GHz 512 MD DDR SDRAM (Sr.No. W85399C8SDY)developed a couple of white lines on the screen a few months ago. These have now spread to cover almost the entire LCD display. What is the
Hi, it seems like a motherboard problem (hardware), you will probably need to bring the mac to an AASP. Before, you can try the Apple Hardware Test, or resetting the PRAM (Hold the cmd, alt, p and r keys)
Posted on May 29, 2009
Get yourself a great little gadget called iMic. It's a usb connector that adapts to let you used your headset mic and the mac system os will recognize it very well. Works good .
Costs about 24 bucks or so..
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Try unplug bamboo tablet,repair permissions, intall newest driver from web page , run repair permissions again and plug bamboo, it should be it.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
If you can run it in safe mode, that means that you have an extension problem. I had most of the time problems with the ATI extensions.
First of all try too boot on another account, an new one would be good, to check if this is not account related.
Secondly i would reinstall the system (a clean install would be good, tough you can try an archive-install)
Thirdly if it isnt fixed I would delete all ATI extensions instead of the one that your graphic card uses. to delete: go to /System/Library/Extensions .
Hope that helps
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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