. Remember that this system is ten years old. In ten years, anything could have happened to it. Also, it won't be able to do all that much even if it works perfectly. 1. The switch on the back should turn it on, if it works 2. You need an ADB (Apple" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - New to Macs (totally)
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0. Remember that this system is ten years old. In ten years, anything could have happened to it. Also, it won't be able to do all that much even if it works perfectly.

1. The switch on the back should turn it on, if it works

2. You need an ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) keyboard and mouse. Modern Mac keyboards are USB, like PC keyboards, and won't work. A PS/2 keyboard won't work, either.

http://www.everymac.com/systems/appl..._5400_200.html
http://lowendmac.com/ppc/5400.shtml
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