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a friend of mine has a powerbook g3, im not sure which one.. but it stopped working on her, and she doesnt have her cds anymore. is there anywhere she could get replacement cds?
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Try calling Apple. Otherwise, http://store.yahoo.com/hardcoremac/index.html
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Try calling Apple. Otherwise, http://store.yahoo.com/hardcoremac/index.html
thanks, i actually was able to fix it. it started up fine, but the monitor was all garbled and had lines through everything. so i took it apart and found that the lcd cable was loose. problem solved. man oh man was that thing slow!!!

it was a g3 wallstreet. 266mhz, 2gb hd, 32mb ram, 0S 8
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