Loc: Dedham, MA, USA
my 400MHz G3 iMac DV SE went back to the date 1/1/(19)04... i went to the control panel date and time, fixed it, then a week later it happened again.<br><br>[color:orange]Wake the sleeping giant, Wake the beast,</font color=orange><br>[color:red]Wake the sleeping dog... No, let him sleep</font color=red>
#78487 - 07/25/0306:46 PMRe: does my iMac need a new battery?
It does indeed sound like a battery problem. It cost me $35 to have a new one installed by an Apple Authorized Technician. If you are able to replace it yourself, it would save money.<br><br><br><br><br>
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