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I would run Linux on it . Linux is growing leaps and bounds over Microsoft. Apple I believe just stole everything from Linux so in a sense it will feel sort of like a mac. The way it should of been done the first time. Here is a decent write up no sense me wasting energy on it.. go check out this http://superuser.com/questions/88779/how-to-make-a-powermac-g4-run-linux
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The dreaded question mark???
It sounds as if your hard drive is damaged and is not mounting. As you are running OS 9 I suggest using Norton Systemworks and run it's disc repair facility Disc Doctor. This will make repairs to the hard drive to allow it to mount. (Unless the disc is too badly damaged). If this is the case you will need to replace the hard drive and re-install all your system and applications. If you haven't backed up your info, the damaged disc can be scanned and your files saved by a computer repair shop.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
It is possible to install the OS from an image that's been generated on an external HDD as well, but you can't install the OS from a disk image that you're running within the OS. If you lost your installation disc, you can get a replacement by calling Apple.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: cd stuck in cd rom
in this case what you need to do
firstly do a right click on my computer adn then properties- hardware- device manager- dvd/cd rom under that you will have cd driver right click on that click on uninstall once its gone from there reboot teh machine and once it is coming back just press the cd rom key to take it out , it will come out adn take out the cd and then press again to close it
this will work
ut a pin into the fine hole at the CD rom and then press the button it will come out
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Posted on Mar 26, 2009
to mount somthing in a mac is basicly cutting it on for use.
For example if you instal a flash drive or an hard drive via an out side connection, The mac will mount it so you can use it.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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