I have a 366 clamshell firewire model that has probably a year or so of use on it. The optical drive doesn't work though and I'm sure the battery is shot after sitting unused for 3 years or so. I took out the Airport card to use elsewhere. Pretty sure it's maxed RAM at 576M. It's yours if you want it. If you're interested I'll fire it up and see what OS is on it. I know I put some version of OS X
When confronted with the whinging (whining) PC Idiots accusing Apple of being seen as less environmentally friendly than themselves, due to a lack of Apple Hardware being turned in for "Proper Disposal" rather than ending up in Land Fill, I posted that APPLE Uses it's OWN Form of RECYCLING --- We Call It E-BAY
When my 17" Lucite Display "bought the farm", I headed straight for e-bay, where I found not only the identical 17" Display (for $100) but an identical 2002 G4 that he'd thrown in FOR FREE.
In fact, it's the one I'm using at the moment, that I just swapped out all my add-on-goodies to a few months ago
This 22" Display was an e-bay replacement for the 20" one that was going dim, which was purchased from e-bay about 5 years earlier.
IOW, Pirate, If you're yearning to upgrade, join me in taking advantage of those who "just can't live without" The Newest Model every year.
Yes I tried Unplugging the Display & Reattaching it again while the computer was still running, that worked, the power light Stopped Blinking,
but started blinking again as soon as the computer went into sleep mode, the Power Light on the Display started blinking (2 Short & 1 Long) as soon as it woke up again.
I did another Hard Re-Cycle, which stopped the blinking again, then tried shutting down the computer for the night
When I restarted the computer this morning, the power light went right back to blinking again.
At the moment I'm so despondant I feel like going away and eating some worms ( Old Kids Book ) but when I feel better I'll try re-seating the Graphics Card, and if that fails, hooking up an old doorstop display to test whether it's the Display or the Computer that needs replacing.
I was considering a MacMini... but if it's the display perhaps a used iMac would be the way to go...
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