Question about Apple eMac G4 Desktop
I've never used a hair pin-- a straightened paperclip has always worked for me.
One alternate solution (if you have another computer available) would be to boot the eMac into target disk mode by holding T during startup. It should show a firewire icon on the screen, and should act like an external hard drive when you connect it to another computer via a firewire cable. You can use this method to install the OS onto the eMac from another Mac. You can try Googling "Target Disk Mode" if you need more information.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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