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com (Sheellah) wrote in message news:<aol.com>...  There is no app that I am aware of that tells you the battery state. It's quite easy to replace. If you open the machine you will find a small black plastic box like thing on the board. The box has holes through which you can see the green and white battery. Pop the cover off and the battery pops out, it's about the same size as an AA but only about 1/2 as long. You can get the replacement at Radio Shack. --jim...

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    com (Sheellah) wrote in message news:<aol.com>... 

    There is no app that I am aware of that tells you the battery state.
    It's quite easy to replace. If you open the machine you will find a
    small black plastic box like thing on the board. The box has holes
    through which you can see the green and white battery. Pop the cover
    off and the battery pops out, it's about the same size as an AA but
    only about 1/2 as long. You can get the replacement at Radio Shack.

    --jim
    Jim Guest

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    On 20 Aug 2003 17:12:25 -0700, net (Jim Schimpf)
    wrote:
     

    Besides, you don't need an app to tell you if it's the battery; if the
    machine loses its clock and monitor resolution settings when you turn
    it off, and it's over 4 years old, it's the battery. It's a 3.6V
    Lithium-Ion battery available, as Jim said, at Radio Shack. Just have
    them search their database for the word "Macintosh." It's a little
    red-and-white battery in a bubble pack.

    forge Guest

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    The clock though is fine, and accurate. Wouldn't that not work if the battery
    was no good? The machine is over 10 years old. Anyone know what controls the
    other monitor resolutions? I can only get 640 X 480 now. It's not the video
    card, as I can get 800 X 600 with Super Rez. Resetting the PRAM doesn'twork.


    << Besides, you don't need an app to tell you if it's the battery; if the
    machine loses its clock and monitor resolution settings when you turn
    it off, and it's over 4 years old, it's the battery. It's a 3.6V
    Lithium-Ion battery available, as Jim said, at Radio Shack. Just have
    them search their database for the word "Macintosh." It's a little
    red-and-white battery in a bubble pack. >>



    Sheellah Guest

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