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I just picked up an old ibook g4 today and i went to restore the computer and the disk will spinn up and the eject the restore disk but cds will work fine. Is there a way to fix this? It is the mid 2005 ibook g4 1.07 with 768 mb of ram.
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I just picked up an old ibook g4 today and i went to restore the computer and the disk will spinn up and the eject the restore disk but cds will work fine. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks
Need two things:

1. Please rewrite your post...it's confusing.
2. More info regarding what model iBook G4 you have.

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