Originally known as "The New iMac" the iMac G4 was created to replace the iMac G3 as Apple's all-in-one desktop computer. The G4 is easily recognizable by its swiveling monitor mounted above the hemispherical computer. Steve Jobs quoted it as being "a design that will last till the next decade."

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How do I start up the iMac having replaced the logic board

I have replaced the logic board on my imac g4 15". Do I have to initialise it, or just start up from an install disc?

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Press the start button for 5 seconds before plugging it in. Then plug in and start up from your install disk by holding down the "C" key. Go to the second page pull down menu to Utilities > Disk Utility. Select the drive on the left and format it Mac OS Extended. Now you can quit disk utilities and continue with the system installation.

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