apple powerbook g4 1.25 ghz white screen when booting..
  • Just looking around
    Posts: 2 from 2017/9/2
    Hi ppl,

    Some of you alrwady know me from aros land, I bought a 2nd hand a powerbook g4 1.25 ghz laptop and burned latest morphos iso and all I get is white screen while trying to boot via cd.

    It says powerbook 6.2 12 if that means anything to you and if you need more info please just ask.

    So What's going on?

    Thanks in advance for any help..
  • »02.09.17 - 10:50
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    Korni
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    Only models with a Radeon graphics chip are supported. All aluminium 12" powerbooks have a Geforce. There is also one 17" 1GHz model with a Geforce.
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    Kronos
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    If you want a 12" hunt down an iBook.

    The 1.33GHz version supports up to 1.5GB RAM and has the 2-finger trackpad, so thats the one you'd want.
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  • »02.09.17 - 11:56
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  • Just looking around
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    Thanks for the direction and the help.
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    Posts: 515 from 2012/11/10
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    Quote:

    Korni wrote:
    There is also one 17" 1GHz model with a Geforce.

    That would be the A1013 17 inch PowerBook 5,1, model M8793LL/A - one for MorphOS users to avoid as you mentioned. ;-)
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  • »07.09.17 - 03:12
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