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PowerBook G4 (15-inch, FireWire 800) - Memory Card Replacement Instructions

Card Replacement - 2 4. Turn over the computer, and use a coin to release the battery lock. (Figure 1) 5. Lift the battery out of the battery bay. Figure 1 6 . Touch a metal surface inside the battery bay to discharge static electricity built up on your body. (Figure 2) Important: To avoid electrostatic discharge, always ground yourself by touching the inside of the battery bay before you touch any parts or install any components inside the computer. To avoid static...

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, FireWire 800) - Foot Replacement Instructions

you are ready to use the glue. To break the seal, hold the tube upright and away from you. Place the hollow nozzle cap on the tube and tighten it all the way down. The tube is then ready to dispense the glue through the nozzle cap. 5. Apply one drop of glue to the plug on the bottom case. Do not spread the glue. 6 . Using tweezers or needlenose pliers, carefully position the new foot so its textured surface fits into the inner ring of the plug. 7. Using the end of the tweezers or pliers—not your finger...

Power Mac G5 - Technical Specifications

slots, or One open full-length 64-bit, 133MHz PCI-X slot and two open full-length 64-bit 100MHz PCI-X slots Communications 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet connector (RJ-45) Built-in 56K V.92 modem (RJ-11) (13) Expansion slot for optional 54-Mbps AirPort Extreme Card (based on IEEE 802.11g specification; 802.11b Wi-Fi certified) ( 6 ) External AirPort Extreme antenna Optional Bluetooth 1.1 module and antenna Peripherals and audio One FireWire 800 port and two FireWire 400 ports (one on front panel, 15W...

iMac (20-inch, Mid 2009) - Technical Specifications

Size and weight 20-inch iMac Height: 18.5 inches (46.9 cm) Width: 19.1 inches (48.5 cm) Depth: 7.4 inches (18.9 cm) Weight: 20 pounds (9.1 kg)1 Connections and expansion One FireWire 800 port; 7 watts Total of six USB 2.0 ports: four ports on computer, two ports on wired keyboard Communications Built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi wireless networking (based on IEEE 802.11n draft specification);2 IEEE 802.11a/b/g compatible Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector) Audio Built...

iMac (Early 2009) - Technical Specifications

Size and weight 20-inch iMac Height: 18.5 inches (46.9 cm) Width: 19.1 inches (48.5 cm) Depth: 7.4 inches (18.9 cm) Weight: 20 pounds (9.1 kg)1 24-inch iMac Height: 20.5 inches (52.0 cm) Width: 22.4 inches (56.9 cm) Depth: 8.1 inches (20.7 cm) Weight: 25.4 pounds (11.5 kg)1 Connections and expansion One FireWire 800 port; 7 watts Total of six USB 2.0 ports: four ports on computer, two ports on wired keyboard Communications Built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi wireless networking (based on IEEE...

Mac Pro (Mid 2012) - Technical Specifications

of fully shared L3 cache per processor Turbo Boost dynamic performance up to 3.46GHz Hyper-Threading technology for up to 8 virtual cores Advanced Intel microarchitecture Integrated memory controller 128-bit SSE4 SIMD engine 64-bit data paths and registers Optimized for energy efficiency Configure your Mac Pro now, only at the Apple Online Store. Connections and audio Four FireWire 800 ports (two on front panel, two on back panel) Five USB 2.0 ports (two on front panel, three on back panel) Two USB 2.0...

Mac Pro (Mid 2010) - Technical Specifications

Nehalem” processor 8MB of fully shared L3 cache per processor Turbo Boost dynamic performance up to 3.06GHz Hyper-Threading technology for up to 8 virtual cores Advanced Intel microarchitecture Integrated memory controller 128-bit SSE4 SIMD engine 64-bit data paths and registers Optimized for energy efficiency Connections and audio Four FireWire 800 ports (two on front panel, two on back panel) Five USB 2.0 ports (two on front panel, three on back panel) Two USB 2.0 ports on included keyboard Front...

Mac Pro (Early 2009) - Technical Specifications

GHz 2.66 GHz 2.26 GHz Idle 3.7 3.5 26 25 Hard drive accessing 3.7 3.6 26 25 CD drive accessing 4.9 5.2 41 41 LWAd is the statistical upper-limit A-weighted sound power level (rounded to the nearest 0.1 B). LpAm is the mean A-weighted sound pressure level measured at the operator position (rounded to the nearest dB). 1 B (bel) = 10 dB (decibel). Connections and audio Four FireWire 800 ports (two on front panel, two on back panel) Five USB 2.0 ports (two on front panel, three on back panel) Two USB...

Xserve (2009) - Technical Specifications

for jumbo frames Two FireWire 800 ports on back panel; 15W total power Two USB 2.0 ports (480Mb/s each) on back panel; and one USB 2.0 port on front panel One DB-9 serial port (RS-232) Video and graphics support NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 graphics with 256MB of GDDR3 memory and Mini DisplayPort output VGA output using Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter (sold separately) DVI output using Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter (sold separately) Rack support Fits EIA-310-D-compliant, industry-standard four-post racks...

Logic Pro X: Glossary

iMovie for Mac: About memory cards and cables

and a 4-pin connector on the other end that plugs into your camcorder (on the bottom in the illustration below). Or you might have a FireWire 800 cable, with a different end that plugs into your camcorder or Mac....

Apple TV (3rd generation) - Technical Specifications

or other HDMI device to an HDTV or A/V receiver. Both high-definition digital video and multichannel digital audio are delivered over this single cable for stunning picture and sound. Belkin 6 ' Digital Toslink Optical Audio Cable with Line-Out Adapter Belkin 6 ' Digital Toslink Optical Audio Cable with Line-Out Adapter sends uncorrupted audio to any A/V receiver or device. It’s ideal for audiophiles who want to take full advantage of the digital output capability built into their Mac, A/V receiver, DVD...

Final Cut Pro X: About memory cards and cables

into your camcorder (on the bottom in the illustration below). Or you might have a FireWire 800 cable with a different end that plugs into your camcorder or Mac. If your device didn’t come with a cable and you’re not sure what kind of device you have, you can check the logo near the cable ports on your device to see if it matches the USB or FireWire logo, both shown above. Otherwise, check the documentation that came with your device. To check whether your camera is compatible with Final Cut Pro, see the Apple...

Q: limewire to firewire conversion

The output on those iPods was called Firewire.   A long time ago, these cables were pretty common - it splits to Firewire for charging and the USB for data transfer: ~NIB~ Dynex 30-Pin Dock Connector to 4-Pin USB and 6 -Pin FireWire Cable, DX-IPSC | eBay   That would be worth a try.   Otherwise....depending on which iMac you have, you should have Firewire 800 , Thunderbolt 1/2 or Thunderbolt 3/USB-C.   Supposedly this adapter would work to get you from Firewire 400 (your iPod's cable) to Firewire ...

Apple Thunderbolt Display - Getting Started

in the menu bar and search for “calibrate.” Security Slot and Ports Security slot USB 2.0 ports (3) Gigabit Ethernet port Thunderbolt port FireWire 800 port To secure your display, attach a locking cable to the security slot. 11English G Gigabit Ethernet port (10/100/1000Base-T) Connect to a high-speed 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet network, connect a DSL or cable modem, or connect to another computer and transfer files. The Ethernet port automatically detects other Ethernet devices. Thunderbolt port (high...

Mac Pro (Mid 2012) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 17-inch User’s Guide Includes setup, expansion, and troubleshooting information for your PowerBook G4 computer LL3264.book Page 1 Wednesday, August 17, 2005 6 :33 PM K Apple Computer, Inc. © 2005 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Apple. The Apple logo is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Use...

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.67/1.5GHz) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 15-inch User’s Guide Includes setup, expansion, and troubleshooting information for your PowerBook G4 computer LL3092.book Page 1 Friday, February 4, 2005 6 :02 PM K Apple Computer, Inc. © 2005 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Apple. The Apple logo is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Use...

Mac Pro Server (Mid 2010) - User Guide

Problems with a Display 89 Problems with Your Internet Connection 92 Maximizing Ethernet Performance 92 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 93 Learning More, Service, and Support 95 Locating Your Serial Number Chapter 5: What’s Under the Hood 98 Specifications 5Contents Chapter 6 : Last, but Not Least 110 Important Safety Information 111 General Maintenance 113 Understanding Ergonomics 115 Apple and the Environment 117 Regulatory Compliance Information Looking for Something? 124...

iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2011) - User Guide

You from Using Your iMac 44 Repairing, Restoring, or Reinstalling Mac OS X Software 6 Contents 49 Checking for a Hardware Problem 50 Problems with Your Internet Connection 53 Problems with Wireless Communication 53 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 54 Learning More, Service, and Support Chapter 5: Last, but Not Least 58 Important Safety Information 62 Important Handling Information 63 Cleaning Your iMac 64 Understanding Ergonomics 66 Apple and the Environment Looking for Something? 74...

iMac (21.5-inch and 27-inch, Mid 2011) - User Guide

Wireless Keyboard 30 Using the Apple Magic Mouse 32 Using the Apple Remote 34 Getting Answers Chapter 3: Boost Your Memory 39 Installing Memory 44 Making Sure Your iMac Recognizes the New Memory 6 Contents Chapter 4: Problem, Meet Solution 47 An Ounce of Prevention 47 Problems That Prevent You from Using Your iMac 50 Repairing, Restoring, or Reinstalling Mac OS X Software 55 Checking for a Hardware Problem 56 Replacing the Batteries 58 Problems with Your Internet Connection 61...

MacBook Pro (17-inch) - User Guide

Appendix C: Connecting to the Internet 115 Gathering the Information You Need 6 Contents 117 Entering Your Information 119 Troubleshooting Your Connection 123 Appendix D: Top Ten Questions 129 Communications Regulation Information 133 Index 7 1 1 Getting Started Your 17-inch MacBook Pro includes the following components: Important: Read all the installation instructions (and the safety information in Appendix B, “Safety, Use, and Care Information,” on page 103...

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 4,631,603, 4,577,216, 4,819,098 and 4,907,093 licensed for limited viewing uses only. Simultaneously published in the United States and Canada. 3 1 Contents Chapter 1 5 Getting Started 6 Setting Up Your PowerBook 12 Basic Features of Your PowerBook 14 Additional Features of Your PowerBook 16 Putting Your PowerBook to Sleep or Shutting It Down 17 Calibrating Your Battery 18...

MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011) - User Guide

16 Putting Your MacBook Pro to Sleep or Shutting It Down Chapter 2: Life with Your MacBook Pro 20 Basic Features of Your MacBook Pro 22 Keyboard Features of Your MacBook Pro 24 Ports on Your MacBook Pro 26 Using the Multi-Touch Trackpad 30 Using the MacBook Pro Battery 31 Getting Answers Chapter 3: Boost Your MacBook Pro 37 Replacing the Hard Disk Drive 44 Installing Additional Memory 6 Contents Chapter 4: Problem, Meet Solution 50 An Ounce of Prevention 51 Problems...

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 2003) - Getting Started

Battery 53 Using Your SuperDrive 56 Recording Information on a DVD 59 Keyboard Controls 60 Security Slot 62 4 Working With Your Operating System 63 About Mac OS X 63 Using Classic in Mac OS X 64 5 Adding Memory to Your Computer 65 Installing Additional Memory 65 Making Sure Your Computer Recognizes the New Memory 70 6 Troubleshooting 71 Information in This Chapter 71 Problems That Prevent You From Using Your Computer 72 Restoring Your Computer’s...

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.67GHz) - User Guide

port W Internal modem port , Audio line in/optical digital audio in port f Headphone/optical audio out port H FireWire 800 port H FireWire 400 port G Gigabit Ethernet port (10/100/1000Base-T) S-video out portÆ DVI port £ LL3140.book Page 8 Thursday, February 17, 2005 4:27 PM Chapter 1 Getting Started 9 For additional information about these features, see Chapter 3, “Using Your Computer,” on page 33. Security slot Protect your PowerBook from theft...

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.33GHz/1.5GHz) - Getting Started

W Internal modem port ¯ Power adapter port Headphone out port PC Card slot f USB 2.0 port Audio line in port ® Security slot Gigabit Ethernet port (10/100/1000Base-T) G FireWire 800 port USB 2.0 port DVI port FireWire 400 port S-video out port Æ Security slot Protect your PowerBook by connecting a security cable. ¯ Power adapter port Plug in the included Apple Portable Power Adapter to recharge your PowerBook battery. W Internal modem port Connect...

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.5GHz) - Getting Started

slot f USB 2.0 port Audio line in port Security slot Gigabit Ethernet port (10/100/1000Base-T) GFireWire 400 port USB 2.0 port DVI port FireWire 800 port S-video out portÆ Security slot Protect your PowerBook by connecting a security cable. ¯ Power adapter port Plug in the included Apple Portable Power Adapter to recharge your PowerBook battery. W Internal modem port Connect a standard phone line directly to the internal modem...

Mac mini (Mid 2011) - User Guide

41 Installing Memory 6 Contents Chapter 4: Problem, Meet Solution 49 An Ounce of Prevention 49 Problems That Prevent You from Using Your Mac mini 52 Repairing, Restoring, or Reinstalling Mac OS X Software 57 Checking for a Hardware Problem 58 Problems with Your Internet Connection 60 Problems with Wireless Communication 61 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 62 Learning More, Service, and Support 64 Locating Your Product Serial Number Chapter 5: Last, but Not Least 66 Important...

MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011) - User Guide

You from Using Your MacBook Pro 6 Contents 54 Repairing, Restoring, or Reinstalling Mac OS X Software 59 Using Apple Hardware Test 59 Problems with Your Internet Connection 62 Problems with Wi-Fi Communication 63 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 64 Learning More, Service, and Support 66 Locating Your Product Serial Number Chapter 5: Last, but Not Least 68 Important Safety Information 73 Important Handling Information 75 Understanding Ergonomics 77 Apple and the Environment 78...

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