All of the banter about the proper capitalization is very interesting, but
is there any one here willing to give an actual response that provides some
To clarify; I have the below referenced MAC/Mac/maC/MaC/mac and would like
to know if there is a place I can buy or download a boot disc that will help
me get it started. Someone else has already suggested apple.com, but I was
unable to find anything there.
I have had no exposure to MAC/Mac/maC/MaC/mac before this and would love to
learn why MAC/Mac/maC/MaC/mac users are so loyal to the product, but would
like to learn a little about them before I purchase a new one and thought
this would be a good way to do so.
Thanks again for any help that you may be able to offer.
"spammer" <spammersboxearthlink.net> wrote in message
news:vfqgcq7hk6qe50corp.supernews.com...more> I recently picked up an iMAC from a friend who says it is fine but needs a
> recovery disc because the thing won't boot up correctly.
> I am completely clueless with Macs. Have never had an opportunity to use
> Computer seems to be all there. Have not unpacked the box yet but it
> Monitor/CPU unit
> Power Cable
> Is that All there is to it?
> Is there a place I can get the files for a recovery disc on line and,can> importantly, can they be downloaded and burned to a cd on a pc?
> There is no doentation with the machine, so any insight as to what I> expect from it in the way of performance would be great.
> The Sticker on the bottom of the unit has the following info:
> INDIGO/4 MHz/10 GB HD/CD/64 MB SDRAM/MDS
> US ENGLISH KYBD/MAC OS
> MODEL # M5521/DHHS CODE SA/EMC # 1857
> Any input or help would be greatly appreciated.