Updating to apple tiger
If you've done any remote troubleshooting (especially over a phone), you already know the answer.
What you can do is transfer the contents of the Clipboard from one machine to the other.
Customers with an eligible model can have their screen replaced free of charge from Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider if it is exhibiting this kind of crack.
The AU updates add compatibility for Appleâ€™s new Macintosh OS X version 10.4, code named Tiger, as well as AU Validation for Apple Logic 7, sample rate and tuning fixes and all known MOTU Digital Performer 4.52 and higher issues including a muting problem and lost presets when bouncing mixes to disk.the processor is Dual 800 MHz power PC G4 , 2MB SDRAM , Start up disc macintosh HD, Built around 2001. I would get a mac mini if I could use The 22" plasma screen monitor but it is connected with a large plug so I'm not sure it would work.The latest supported OS on your computer looks to be 10.4.11 (looks like you have a Quicksilver (Power Mac3,5)) And if I'm not mistaken, Microsoft dropped Skype support for everything before Lion (10.7) You may be able to get an adapter to plug your monitor in, depending on what that large plug is. This technology uses "remote frame-buffering" (RFB) protocols to send dynamically updating screenshots of the system's desktop to a remote location.Apple's implementation of this technology came in the form of the Apple Remote Desktop workgroup management package that needed to be installed on the various machines that supported it.
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