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Install and Restore Disks for iMac G4 800mHz


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I have a iMac G4 800mHz which has a dead wireless connection, I am wondering if anyone knows where I might be able to find the original "Install and Restore Disks" for this system.

Can I get them from Apple, or are there any other places that might have them?


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Unfortunately not, and you didn't specify tiger or leopard, however, you'll need to find the retail version on ebay or amazon... but it can be pretty pricey.
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well right now I am 10.4.11....thanks for the info I will check and see what I can find for it.

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Yes, you can get them from Apple. We've had several members do the same.

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Yes, you can get them from Apple. We've had several members do the same.
I was under the impression that they are no longer available from apple, but good to know.
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