Stripped display screw, can't find parts, any suggestions?I recently replaced the hard drive and LCD in my Tangerine Clamshell. I've refurbished at least 6 or 7 different...
"Can I install Windows XP on my iBook?"に関する回答With a Mac OS, Virtual PC is the way to go to run XP, even if its a pirated copy. Not admitting to anything there. I have a Power Mac G4 Mirror Door, that's maxed out. I have two drives that I swap between, one has Tiger on it, although you can run leopard, but it will tax your RAM heavily. The other drive has Yellow Dog Linux on it and it runs like a champ, it's fast, runs with almost no problems, the install can be tricky if your new to Linux. I would choose a Mac or Linux OS any day of the week over a Windows OS. The only thing that Windows is good for in my opinion is a gaming platform amd running 3Ds Max. I would like to add even though this is off topic that if I wanted to us an OS for a smartphone I would do it on a smartphone not as a desktop OS, Windows 8! What a ridiculous OS, I can't even believe it. It's an abomination to OS's around the world. I recently needed a PC laptop, the one I bought came pre-installed with that abomination, I quickly replaced it with openSuse Linux .
"whats the max I can upgrade this mac ."に関する回答I have a tangerine that I run Ubuntu Edgy Eft on. It's fast and I don't overheat. I had an Indigo with the 466mhz processor, that I ran Tiger on and it ran slow and was always over heating. I replaced the hard drive with a Seagate 80gb and made 4 separate partitions. One of them ran 9.2, another ran Jaguar 10.2 and the other Minix, the 4th partition was setup as a Linux swap partition. I recommend either sticking with Mac OS 9.2, you can run Jaguar a lot better than Panther or Tiger, but it still lags a little and within an hour and a half you'll be overheating really bad. That was my recommendation if you want to stick with a Mac OS. I prefer running a Linux OS on older machine such as these. If you are a Linux novice I highly recommend Ubuntu Edgy Eft. If you have a higher skill level, Yellow Dog and Minix are awesome. It takes some real Linux experience to even get these installed. Gentoo which is a great distro also makes a PPC version of their OS. I haven't tried it out yet but am looking forward to...