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Internal Clock Error

Using Multiple Internet Access Configurations

Changing Internet Settings and Applications

Changing Internet Setup Assistant Configurations

Remote Access: Modem Not Responding Alert

Troubleshooting "No Dial Tone"

iMac Modem: Troubleshooting References

Modem: Not Answering Calls

Troubleshooting Unreliable Modem Connections

If your RAM crashes, does it make a sound?

Mac OS Clean Installation Guide

Where is the PPP Control Panel? (iMac)

Using Macintosh Auto Power On/Off with your Web Browser

Turn your Mac into an Alarm Clock

Setting Up Your Web Browser

Error Code Meaning

Turn your new Apple PowerBook into a trusty, traveling sidekick.

Getting started with Mac OS X

Mac Initialisation Strings

Assigning more memory to Outlook Express

Mac OT/PPP Errors

Mac FreePPP Errors

MacTCP: Error Codes Defined

Files Installed by Internet Explorer Version 3.01a for Macintosh

Find your PowerBook G4 serial number

Find out your serial number two different ways. If the PowerBook is up and running, you can open the Apple System Profiler, under the Apple menu, and click the Production Information triangle in the System Profile tab. This will reveal the serial number.

If the PowerBook isn't running, flip it over and open the battery compartment, pull out the battery and then look for the serial number and the Ethernet ID on the side.


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