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PRAM Batt.

Message #1 - Posted 2005/01/21 - Bernard Sheppee

A school here in Devon U.K. has a fleet of early iMacs.

The only other computers I have known to last as long are the Acorns running RISCOS, the majority systems have long since died.

These have a tray loading CD drive with a button in the middle of the tray (older that slot loading iMacs).

The problem is that on some the PRAM batt is exhausted, how do I gain access to this batt?

Apple help pages already consulted.

Best regards.

Bernard.

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Message #2 - Posted 2005/01/22 - Cathy Stevenson

Previously, Bernard Sheppee wrote:

A school here in Devon U.K. has a fleet of early iMacs.

The only other computers I have known to last as long are the Acorns running RISCOS, the majority systems have long since died.

These have a tray loading CD drive with a button in the middle of the tray (older that slot loading iMacs).

The problem is that on some the PRAM batt is exhausted, how do I gain access to this batt?

Apple help pages already consulted.

Try: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=50015

Scroll down to: 033-1208

You can find the CIP manuals for Macs at Apple:

http://www.info.apple.com/usen/cip/

and also: http://home.earthlink.net/~strahm_s/manuals.html

Cathy

"there's a dance or two in the old dame yet." - mehitabel

C.Stevenson, M.D.
cats1921@invalidsonic.net

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