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Update firmware of your Late 2004 1.8 GHz G5s w/ 10.4.x.
Update your Umax MagicScan scanner software to work with the new PowerMac G3 machine.
Play an iMac-themed round of Klondike from the makers of Burning Monkey Solitaire.
Optimize your copy of Adobe Photoshop 5.5 for the G4 processor with these plug-ins.
Get this driver to update the audio on your Mac.
EMC releases the update for its Retrospect 8 backup software that now, among other enhancements, also provides support for legacy PowerMac computers.
Some PowerMac G5 users are experiencing problems wherein their screens will become nonfunctional for a period of time, before the monitor image will appear normally again and they can continue work.
A year ago when I first noticed a green dot appearing on my PowerMac G5's display I was a bit disappointed, but not fully surprised because LCD pixels are known to die, go dim, or get stuck in a specific color. Not thinking much of it I dismissed it as a common issue and continued to use my computer; however, these dots were going to soon become a larger problem for me.
The PowerMac G5 was the first system developed by Apple that came with a liquid cooling mechanism for the models with higher-clocked dual PowerPC chips. In most systems, this cooling system worked well. To this day, my system has not shown any problems; however, some systems had an issue where coolant leaked, causing corrosion and shorting out mainboard components.
Claims around the release of the new Buffalo drives suggest Mac Pro and some PowerMac users may already have an option to get USB 3.0 in their systems.
New and Noteworthy: Mac Pro review: A true PowerMac successor; Check for free Wi-Fi hotspots using your iPod; more
Developers: Mac OS X 10.4.3 pre-release builds do not fix PowerMac G5 single-processor 1.8 GHz issues
New and Noteworthy: Apple drops single-processor PowerMac G5 from online store
Apple upgrades PowerMac G5 line; reduces Cinema Display pricing
Apple releases firmware update for single-processor G5 1.8 GHz PowerMacs: Purported to fix widespread sleep/freeze issues