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I would like to know how I can update my older PowerBook G4 since all the information that I seem to run across is for Intel chips. Here is the configuration for my computer.

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Machine Name: PowerBook G4 15' Machine Model: PowerBook5,8 CPU Type: PowerPC G4 (1.5) Number Of CPUs: 1 CPU Speed: 1.67 GHz L2 Cache (per CPU): 512 KB Memory: 1 GB Bus Speed: 167 MHz Boot ROM Version: 4.9.6f0 Serial Number: W8******SWZ Sudden Motion Sensor: State: Enabled System Software Overview: System Version: Mac OS X 10.4.11 (8S165) Kernel Version: Darwin 8.11.0 Boot Volume: Macintosh HD Any help will be greatly appreciated. Frequently has batteries for the computer in question.

Go to Apple menu -> About This Mac -> More Info, and look for the name of the machine followed by x,y. MacBook 4,1 is an example of what you are looking for. Knowing that, you can then figure out the age of the computer and the series it is according to Apple. Is quicken 2016 for mac 64-bit. Is an excellent guide by Machine ID that will tell you which model and vintage you actually have, before you go and buy the battery. Memory on computers come in primarily two different sources. Hallmark card studio 2018 for mac w/ bonus software - dvd.

Hard drives, and Physical RAM. Hard drives on Mac notebooks labelled MacBook all support at minimum a 2.5' SATA 9.5mm drive with 1.5 Gbps path. 17' notebooks were the first to support the 12.5mm drives. Once Apple shifted to the unibody model, they supported 12.5' in all notebooks. But since the Unibody didn't come out until 2008, and 10.5 was released in 2007, only the 17' model supports the 12.5' drives. Getting an older hard drive that supports the 1.5 Gbps is going to be more difficult at this time, but should be able to advise you correctly if you speak with them.

Physical RAM, once you know your vintage, you can get either from or from other sources, but be sure they specify your vintage when you buy it, as my FAQ* explains. But you can buy an external DVD based optical drive from the vendor I already mentioned on this thread, or an internal optical drive kit to replace the one that is damaged. Also If you take the machine into an authorized service center they can tell you if there is a PRAM battery which may be more than 4 years old is dead enough to cause the optical drive to malfunction, and have that PRAM battery replaced. Mind you depending on the model, a new battery may cost more than the optical drive since it can be just a plain capacitor sitting on the motherboard.

So get an estimate from them first how much it would to replace. PRAM batteries are separate from the batteries that let the notebook machine run off the mains. I had faith in Apple until I was not able to update my Power Mac G5. I called Apple and spoke to a live representative. She said, 'unfortunately you purchased a model that was the last of a series.'

I was told' 'there is no upgrade for your Power Mac G5.' I asked, 'Why did Apple sell me a product that would not be supported?' I paid nearly $6000.00 when I purchased it in 2005 with accessaries. Since then, I, in good faith, I also purchased an IMac a few years later and an iPad and an iPhone. Apple should resolve this. How could they all of a sudden not support an operating system that they designed? How could you leave customers, especially loyal ones without resolve like that?