Re: Old friend's upgrade
- From: haberg@xxxxxxxxxx (Hans Aberg)
- Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 19:26:55 GMT
In article <leo-FF00A8.11100711092006@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Leonard Blaisdell <leo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Assuming it has a G3 in it, he should be able to upgrade: First go to the
Apple Support site, and check for Firmware updates for the model, and run
it according to instructions, if applicable. Then get more RAM to get at
least 350 MB. Ig buying, buy a 512 MB module. Also, a larger hard drive
might be good, but that can be bought after the upgrade, assuming you
already have at least 6 - 10 GB. (Mac OS X.4 will run on some RAM and
drive small minimum sizes, but not very efficiently.)
The point just became moot. He ordered a new iMac today. He was due for
an upgrade anyway.
Not really: the old Mac can still be upgraded, to get a good second
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