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To get this classic back up and productive again I would open it and blow out all the dirt, this will make it run cooler. Replace the PRAM battery, be ready to max the RAM out and drop in a new hard drive.
 
Here's how to open it up: http://www.wilko.com/emac/
 
You need a 3.6V Lithium, .5AA battery, about $20 at Radio Shack plus tax or from me for $12 + shipping.
 
RAM maxs out at 1 or 2 GB according to which machine you have, most do not require pairs. Go here and identify you machine to know what will work: http://www.ramdirect.com/macs/eMac.html
 
Hard drive is a IDE drive you can go up to a 128 GB without problems
 
You can download some free software here: http://software.informer.com/getfree-emac-software/
 
You can get system 9.2.2 software here for $29.95
 
http://lowendmac.com/deals/best-classic-mac-os-prices.html
 
Let us know if you have other questions.

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Post originale di: mayer ,

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To get this classic back up and productive again I would open it and blow out all the dirt, this will make it run cooler. Replace the PRAM battery, be ready to max the RAM out and drop in a new hard drive.

Here's how to open it up: http://www.wilko.com/emac/

You need a 3.6V Lithium, .5AA battery, about $20 at Radio Shack plus tax or from me for $12 + shipping.

RAM maxs out at 1 or 2 GB according to which machine you have, most do not require pairs. Go here and identify you machine to know what will work: http://www.ramdirect.com/macs/eMac.html

Hard drive is a IDE drive you can go up to a 128 GB without problems

You can download some free software here: http://software.informer.com/getfree-emac-software/

You can get system 9.2.2 software here for $29.95

Let us know if you have other questions.

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