line of Apple Macintosh laptop computers manufactured from 1991 to 2006. used PowerPC processors.

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Looking for correct drive for my PowerBook 400 MHz Pismo

This is the drive I have in my Pismo 400 MHz Mac Powerbook: IBM Travelstar 20 GB - 66.6 MBps - 4200 rpm. I would like to upgrade to a larger drive as I'd like to partition it, one partition for ...
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two powerbooks cannot access one wifi point at the same time

This is for a friend of mine. She says Please tell me why we have such destabilized connections when we log both Powerbooks on at once. When one laptop's logged in, and the other opens his/...
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Upgrading mSATA or M.2 w/adapter in IDE/PATA Powerbook G4?

this is my first question here: I would like to upgrade my 17" powerbook G4 (running MacOS10.4.11 on 1,5GHz, 2GB RAM, 160 GB HDD (IDE/PATA)) - with, for example, a 250GB mSATA or M.2 (SATA) SDD (60-...
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PowerBook G4 boots into blue screen with cursor

I have an 1.5GHz PowerBook G4 running OS X 10.5.8. I can only boot to the safe mode. I cannot get a normal boot. It stops at a blue screen with a cursor. How can I fix this?
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Where had my disk space gone? ie. Used+Free <<< Capacity - Solved (sort-of)

I have a PowerBook G4. OS-X 10.5. Recently is was running very slow and I found it only had about 3 GB free. I set to and free'd up 26 GB on the 93 GB drive. Finder, however reports about 15 GB ...