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Re: toshiba pa3064u-1pcc macintosh
You have to turn on sharing on both computers first, assuming the Toshiba allows it. Your Mac does. Then you can connect it using ethernet or USB. Unless they are both connected to a network, sharing is the only way to go or if it will even work.
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Hello drewann12 , HAve you tried uninstalling and reinstalling your wifi driver ? If not try this, Clic Start , and pich run in that box type devmgmt.mscand perss ok button or enter keyThe device management will open , look for network section and clic on it to display your card installedyou should see 2 card your physical card the one you plug your cord in and the wifi cardright clic on that last one and choose uninstallOnce this completed close all box and restart your computer upon restart Windows will detect a new peripheral (wour wificard) and reinstall the driver for it Hope this answers all your questions
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If you have another Macintosh that is working correctly, you can copy the contents of that hard-drive, including the Operating System onto an external hard drive.
To do this, install Carbon Copy Cloner on the working machine and plug in an external hard-drive. Then run Carbon copy cloner and make the source the computer's hard drive most likely named "Macintosh HD". Then choose to have your external hard drive be the drive where all of the data is copied. Then run the program and let it copy all of the files.
Once this is done, remove the external drive from the computer and plug it into your G3. Turn on your G3 while holding the Option (alt) key and then double click on the hard-drive image that is named whatever your external hard-drive is named.
Once your system boots up from the external hard drive, run Carbon Copy Cloner again and repeat the process again except have the source be your external drive and have the internal drive in your G3 be the disk that has all the data copied to it. Once this is done, turn off your computer, remove the external drive, and then boot up your computer again.
You will have an exact clone of the computer that you copied the data from and will just simply need to adjust the account settings as such as you see fit.
The external drive process can be skipped if you have a firewire cable. Simply connect the firewire cable to both computers and when you turn on your G3, hold the "T" key. This will turn your G3 into an external hard drive and you just have to carbon copy the files straight to your computer's internal hard drive.
If you do not have access to another computer mac computer, then you will need to go to the Apple Store and see if the Genius Bar can install the default operating system that your computer came with.
If for some odd reason you have the contents of an Mac OS install disc copied onto a flash drive or external hard drive, you can boot from that and use it in place of a disc.
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Your mac doesn't recognize the system folder. Try to find the original boot disks that came with the machine, and see if you can mount the hard disk while booting from the CDs. If you can, I'd backup the data as soon as possible and reinstall the operating system, including a full hard drive reformat. If you can't see the hard drive from the boot cd, another option is to hold down the T key during startup to boot the mac into "target disk mode" - this will allow you to hook up the g3 to another computer as an external hard disk in order to back up the data.
go to run and type cmd.When a screen pops up type " ping www.google.com" , omiting these quotes and press enter.If you get something back which says things like ttl etc..then you have an internet connection..If you get a negative reply then you know you definitely have no connection.Try to reset your wireless connection and check if your firewall is stoping you..Also try on cmd prompt " ipconfig/all "..Check the results on google and maybe this could be helpful as well, on cmd prompt, type " ipconfig / iprenew" and press enter..Then when you are back at a blinking cursor then type " ipconfig / iprelease...Try these and if does not help then you should also consider rebooting the pc and restarting windows wireless configuration..(Google it and you will be fine)