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Sorry I'm clueless, can data from my old iMac G5 be up loaded to i cloud?
If so, please walk me thro it.
Not sure if my BB package with BT allows.
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iCloud is 10.7+ and 10.7 (and newer) are Intel only (you have a PPC machine) so no. However, there are a variety of cloud services aside from iCloud that might meet your needs. What are you looking to do?

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Can your INFO from your old G5 be loaded to iCloud?

YES. Absolutely yes.

All you have to do is transfer that information onto a computer that is compatible with iCloud, which generally means an Intel Mac capable of running Lion.

Be aware that iCloud only provides 5GB of "free" storage, so you may want to look at other options depending on what you mean by "data."

As Van says, some details about what specifically you want to accomplish will help us help you.
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