Question about Apple Power Mac G4 Desktop
It is possible you have a power supply failure. My MDD was doing the same thing unless I reset the PMU. There is a tutorial here on checking the PS - D275729F-09DA-4FBB-96B3-BEEEB2C04619.html It for a MDD, but I would think it would be useful for your situation.
Do you have an Intuos tablet connected? The drivers for that might be causing the problem and should be updated to the newest driver available
Posted on May 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, yes, if you have an AGP PowerMac G4 then any AGP video card will FIT into that AGP port.... The question is to know if that card is Mac Compatible ?
Where did you get the card ? Did you get it our of another mac ? or from someone who got it out of a Mac, then yes, it should be compatible with any Mac with a AGP port.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
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