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How do I connect an old G4 Mac (EMac) to the internet...does it have built in wireless?

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No you would need a airport card but you can use the ethernet on the side it looks like a phone jack but bigger.

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No no wireless in emac. you can buy a wireless usb dongle from any good electronics shop!

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Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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Can I Sell Mom's eMac


I believe this is your mac?

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This is a very old model and I doubt it will sell for much. I would suggest putting a listing on eBay and craigslist. Price it at about $50. (Do "buy it now" on eBay)
However, you could get a lot of mileage out of it yourself if you want to use it as a personal web server, or a Linux machine. Research both on Google if you are interested (or ask me another question here at fix-ya).

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My old outdated emac wont connect to internet


A lot of people think its the computer when they can't connect to the internet. In reality it's most likely your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Check the lights on the front of the Cable modem or DSL modem. The "received" light is the one you need to worry about, if it blinking it's receiving data.
If you are not seeing any blinking light you will need to call your ISP for troubleshooting.
A lot of times they do maintenance and have disconnect everyone in the area.

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It depends on which eMac you have. The 1/1.25 Ghz and the 1.42 ghz models have USB 2.0 so either adapter will work. The slower speed eMacs only had USB 1.1 and will not work for those types of adapters. The 700/800Mhz models will use the original AirPort card while the rest of the eMacs use the Airport Extreme cards.

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If you have high speed internet go to your ISP webpage and do a speed test. If You are paying for say like 10 MEGS and are only pulling 1.2 Megs. It probably is your modem. Your speed will slow down to approx 7.5 behind a router. Also Your ethernet cable might need replacing. might also might try resetting your router. disconnect all power even the cable comming in and reset everything. Hope that helps.

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OK - first, crossover cables let you network PCs together without a switch or router. I would strongly recommend returning the crossover cable and buying a router so that you can use both computers on the internet at the same time.

Second, the eMac monitor can not directly be used as a monitor for your G4 - it's not built that way. However, you can use Screen Sharing on OS X (if both have Leopard) or Apple Remote Desktop software (if you buy it) to remote control the G4 using the eMac.

You will DEFINITELY need a monitor on the G4 in order to set it up at all, so I hope you have that.

Keep in mind that you can buy, for less than $200, an LCD screen that is larger and better quality than the eMac, and it would leave the eMac useful as a second computer. Since the eMac is unlikely to work at all with Leopard, and you'd have to buy Apple Remote Desktop, you're going to spend less money by buying a separate screen for the G4.

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