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Unfortunately, the only way to recover your password is to make a new one. To do this you will need to re-install your operating system by inserting the OS disc that came with your computer. If you have lost this then you will need to purchase an OS disc. Snow Leopard can be purchased for $40 here from Amazon.com. Hope this helped!
I have an ibook g4 too and those webcams normally come with a cd and will show what operating systems it supports and sometimes it only works with windows or both or just macs but try installing the drivers and stuff then plug it in and try to turn it on
You can visit Creative Support at the following link and select you exact model to see if a driver and / or applicfation is available for the G4. Note that not all cams have Mac Apps / Drivers showing and you may need to contact Support directly to obtain one.
I think the first thing you should do is make all updates. I know that in some versions of the iBook G4, the trackpad does not work after installing OS X 10.4 (Tiger) before you do the updates. Update your OS X first. secondly, does the button work? Does the trackpad show up in the System Preferences menu? (under keyboard and mouse). It's very unlikely that the trackpad came unhooked unless someone has opened up your computer. If they have, there is a really good chance that they didn't plug it back in, because it's a hassle and easy to forget.