Dan Knight, LowEndMac.com
Note that you can usually use the reset button (on the back of the 6100)
to do the same thing. You power on wait a second or two then hit the
reset button. It's a little easier on the power supply this way.
Redwood City, CA, USA
Macintosh / Internet Consulting
"I'm a designated driver on the Information Super Highway"
That doesn't tell anything. When the PRAM battery is dead on the 6100,
video won't initialize, but otherwise the computer will work right, so
the OS will start loading as always. Try the reset/double power trick to
see if it works.
Antonio Rodr�guez (Grijan)
Yeah, it's actually pretty easy to find the battery using Google's
shopping tool. Just have to watch on shipping costs.
1/2 AA 3.6V lithium battery.
Results like that make kick myself for going to RadioShack for those
in years past. $20 a battery is an absolute rip off. You can find one
for less even after shipping by shopping for it online.
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