Linking iBook with iMac desk top

About 2years ago I read hint in Mac World mag about how to make the HD on an iBook appear on the desk of my iMac. I connected the iBook to the iMac using a cable, then booted the iBook. I held down a certain key on the iBook, but for the life of me I cannot remember the key. I would appreciate any help.

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Clarification Request
What is this iBook?
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What is this iBook

The iBook is an early model of Apple's lap top computer

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Ahh, those PPC models?
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What is this iBook

Thanks for the reply. I was looking to use Target Disk Mode, but I couldn't remember the letter "T"

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The key you pressed was the "T" key.

Puts the iBook into "Target" mode and mounts its disk on the desktop


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