USB 2 versus g3 powermac bus

2011-05-17 Thread crumvoc
anyone know how fast the onboard bus on a g3 350 is compared to usb2?
In other words comparing read and write speeds. Thanks

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Re: Fan issue on Powermac g3 400mh, 640 ram

2011-04-26 Thread crumvoc
Thank you to all!  That makes me feel a lot better.  I guess I'll just
try to monitor in case of a fan failure.  I really like this old Mac.
It always makes me smile when I open the case and see the amazing
interior.  Giving it to my elderly parents and will try to teach them
how to do email.  I have set up a  very simplified desktop for them
with only a mail client (Thunderbird), iPhoto and Safari.

On Apr 25, 9:04 pm, Kris Tilford ktilfo...@cox.net wrote:
 On Apr 25, 2011, at 9:01 PM, Bill Connelly wrote:

  Thanks and my apologies ... guess I got caught off guard with what  
  seems to be double negative like techies ...

 I read it the same way the first time, and started at reply based upon  
 the wrong reading, and only realized my error when I saw the first  
 reply, which blew the dust out of my own head.

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Fan issue on Powermac g3 400mh, 640 ram

2011-04-25 Thread crumvoc
This computer works great, except for other than a power-off, BOTH the
fans (internal and power supply)  will not shut down.  I have reset
PRAM, NVRAM, current firmware, etc.  Also reset CUDA.   Any chance
that the PRAM battery might be causing this?  Any other suggestions?

Thanks

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