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How do i turn on an iMac ?

Discussion in 'Apple Mac' started by john1, May 27, 2008.

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  1. john1

    john1 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    How do i turn on an iMac ?

    John :)
     
  2. jfm429

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    If its one of the newer ones, the power button's on the back near the bottom (left-hand side on the aluminum ones, right-hand side on the older ones.)
     
  3. john1

    john1 Thread Starter

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    Thank you "IMAntiSym1",

    It looks like this picture.
    I think its broken, i cant get it to do anything past a low beep.

    John :)
     

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    On that Mac (a G3), the power button is, like on all iMacs before the G4, located on the front, just to the left of the right speaker.
     
  5. VegasACF

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    I was going to say, "tell it how beautiful it looks in Bondi Blue, and how you've never been with a computer that was quite so attractive," while gently stimulating its I/O ports.

    But the above will probably work better.

    (just trying to lighten the mood--sorry--nothing more to add--it's been too long since I've been near such a machine)
     
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    :D I'll have to give that a try. :D

    Peace...
     
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