I obtained a Mac OS computer from the Salvation Army. The plug-ins are different from the Cajun 686 I was using. Where do I plug in the Keyboard and Mouse? It doesn't say on the back of the computer and there are four different places I could plug them in. I've tried them all and only the start up pictures come on the monitor. The mouse and keyboard I can't get to work.
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Enter the code shown and then download the file to your computer (desktop for example). Run it and install it properly!
Then, you will be able to extract or put pictures to your FinePix F10. It will appear a new Local Disk on "My Computer". Enter there and copy-paste your pictures/videos in different folders you will be able to view.
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Meh, maybe your keyboard's batteries ran out. Maybe something else is wrong, like the connection. Have the mimosas you've been sharing with your keyboard had the cheaper brandies in them lately? Time for that AppleCare to come in handy.
Resetting the original administrator account password
Follow these steps to reset a password when there is only one
administrator account on the computer, or if the original administrator
account needs a password reset. "Original" administrator account refers
to the one that was created immediately after installing Mac OS X. If
the original administrator password is known, that administrator
account may be used to reset the passwords of other administrator
accounts using the steps described above.
Start up from a Mac OS X Install disc (one whose version
is closest to the version of Mac OS X installed). Usually, you can
start from the disc by putting it in your computer, restarting, and
holding the C key. Or, put it in the computer and click the Install or
Restore icon you see in the disc's main window (after which the
computer will start from the disc without you needing to hold C). Or,
you can use Startup Manager or the Startup Disk preference pane to select the Install disc.
Choose a language, click the arrow button to continue, then choose Reset Password from the Utilities menu (or from the Installer menu, if using Mac OS X 10.3.9 or earlier). Tip: If you don't see this menu or menu choice, you're probably not started from the CD yet.
The default keyboard layout is U.S. English while started from the
installation disc. If you use a keyboard layout other than U.S English,
use the Input menu (the flag icon on the right side of the menu bar) to
select the desired layout before typing a new password.
Select your Mac OS X hard disk volume.
Select the user name of your original administrator account.
Do not select "System Administrator (root)". This is actually the root
user. You should not confuse it with a normal administrator account.
It may be that the harddrive is not set as the boot device any longer.
Follow these steps:
Turn on, or restart, your Mac.
Immediately press and hold the Option key. After a few seconds, the Startup Manager should appear. The Startup Manager scans for available available volumes.
Use the left and right arrow keys on the keyboard to select the volume you would like to use.
Press the Return key on your keyboard to start up the computer from the volume you selected.Because this change is temporaryyou will need to set the default startup volume for your Mac after your computer is running, open "System Preferences" and choose "Startup Disk" from the "View" menu. (If this does not resolve this issue please messageme again)
Did Logitech provide any software with the keyboard? Make sure you have the most recent version of any Mac software for this model of keyboard.
It's possible that 10.2.8 may not have all the right hooks in it to fully support a recent model Logitech keyboard. But my Apple-brand keyboard has volume control buttons on it that have worked since time immemorial, so I'd think 10.2.8 understands the basic concept.
I hope it's just a matter of getting the right software.
If your computer rejects the Mac OS X Installation DVD, it means that
there's a good chance that your Mac doesn't have an Apple internal DVD
drive or an Apple SuperDrive, you'll need Mac OS X 10.4 Install CDs.
If your mac is unable to read the CD or ejects it also, there's something wrong with your DVD\CD drive.
You might want to try loading the DVD on a second computer that is connected with a fire wire to the first computer.
UNIX is a operating system which has only command user interface, and if the unix is installed in the system you cant install any other operating system after that ... one separate system must be allocated for the unix ...
LINUX is the graphical user interface and it supports multiple operating system ..
UNIX and LINUX are almost same, almost all commands which supports in UNIX supports in LINUX too .. with some extended features just like GUI(GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE),SECURITY,MULTI USER,MULTI TASKING,etc
COMMAND USER INTERFACE - the input is made to the computer by using commands and the output is obtained by command or by printer ...
GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE- the input is provided to the computer through the other input devices like mouse,joystick etc the input is provided either by command or by the just clicking the mouse on the particular icon ...
example for graphical user interface is windows,Macintosh etc ...
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