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Looking for instructions on how to install blue tooth card into e-mac g4

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Here ya go.
should give you what you need
[PDF] iBook G4 (Late 2004) Getting Started (Manual) File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View
install one, see “Installing an AirPort Extreme Card or Additional Memory” on page 51. ... You can also find information on the Apple Bluetooth ...
manuals.info.apple.com/en/ibookg4gettingstarted.pdf - Similar

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  • six_bohns Jul 21, 2010

    These links are for laptops. I am looking for instructions on how to install the blue tooth card into a emac G4 - desktop

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    Osogama Oct 12, 2010

    my bad

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    Osogama Oct 12, 2010

    Try this instead its a kit to install it and has instructions. http://www.yourmacstore.com/shop/shopdis...

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