Question about Apple PowerBook G4 Mac Notebook
This is a bugger that plagues many a Mac owner with children. It is not known how the little tykes seem to get just the right button combination, but they seem to do it with remarkable ease. Sit him in front of the Powerbook for a half hour and...just kidding. Here's your solution:
Go to the System Preferences underneath the Blue Apple in the upper left of the screen. Then, just open the Universal Access preference pane (yes, that is PANE, like window pane) and you will be under the "seeing" tab. Look down the window to DISPLAY and right under the word "Display" will be a little radio button that says Black on White. Click on that and you should be set to go!
If for some odd reason, this is not the solution, please right back and someone will assist you further, okay? Sincerely, Jeffrey Wrobel
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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on Jun 23, 2011 | Mac Laptops
Locate it and put it in the trash.
make sure you have the screen showing the correct way around and then shut the computer down.
Restart and see what happens. If it's still the same, do the routine again but this time leave the screen in negative mode before shutting down.
Post back and let us know what happens.
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