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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
-If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a [https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812186098&cm_re=cf_ide_adapter-_-12-186-098-_-Product|CF card] and a [https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812186098&cm_re=cf_ide_adapter-_-12-186-098-_-Product|CF->IDE adapter]. The original hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. While I linked to a 32GB card because of the $8 cost differential, a 16GB card should be sufficient for OS9 and the games your daughter plays. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|WinWorld].
+If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a [https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Compact-Memory-SDCFHS-032G-G46-Change/dp/B00FQOX1CO/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1519677847&sr=8-10&keywords=32GB+CF+card|CF card] and a [https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812186098&cm_re=cf_ide_adapter-_-12-186-098-_-Product|CF->IDE adapter]. The original hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. While I linked to a 32GB card because of the $8 cost differential, a 16GB card should be sufficient for OS9 and the games your daughter plays. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|WinWorld].
While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but you can run Panther (10.3), which does not need Classic Mode. However, if you choose to run Tiger (10.4), you will need to install Classic Mode yourself. With that being said, the TiBook runs OS9 natively but the problem with these is the stock hinges are known to fail (Titanium is bad for moving parts). The iBook doesn't have this problem, but the hard drive is difficult to replace. However, they are cheaper then a PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
-If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|WinWorld].
+If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a [https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812186098&cm_re=cf_ide_adapter-_-12-186-098-_-Product|CF card] and a [https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812186098&cm_re=cf_ide_adapter-_-12-186-098-_-Product|CF->IDE adapter]. The original hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. While I linked to a 32GB card because of the $8 cost differential, a 16GB card should be sufficient for OS9 and the games your daughter plays. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|WinWorld].
While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but you can run Panther (10.3), which does not need Classic Mode. However, if you choose to run Tiger (10.4), you will need to install Classic Mode yourself. With that being said, the TiBook runs OS9 natively but the problem with these is the stock hinges are known to fail (Titanium is bad for moving parts). The iBook doesn't have this problem, but the hard drive is difficult to replace. However, they are cheaper then a PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|WinWorld].
-While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. With that being said, the TiBook can run OS9 natively but those are fragile since titanium is bad for hinge durability. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.
+While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but you can run Panther (10.3), which does not need Classic Mode. However, if you choose to run Tiger (10.4), you will need to install Classic Mode yourself. With that being said, the TiBook runs OS9 natively but the problem with these is the stock hinges are known to fail (Titanium is bad for moving parts). The iBook doesn't have this problem, but the hard drive is difficult to replace. However, they are cheaper then a PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
-If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|winworldPC].
+If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|WinWorld].
While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. With that being said, the TiBook can run OS9 natively but those are fragile since titanium is bad for hinge durability. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|winworldPC].
-While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.
+While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. With that being said, the TiBook can run OS9 natively but those are fragile since titanium is bad for hinge durability. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
-If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.
+If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs. You will need to reload the OS, but images can be found on sites that archive OS installers like [https://winworldpc.com/home|winworldPC].
While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.
-While you can fix this, it may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.
+While you can fix this, you may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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-The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. What you will need to find is a motherboard with a good jack (but has other damage) or a NOS jack you can install. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
+The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. You will need to find the power jack board to fix that; it's relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay if you search 820-0986-b. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.
While you can fix this, it may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. What you will need to find is a motherboard with a good jack (but has other damage) or a NOS jack you can install. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.
-While you can fix this, it may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.
+While you can fix this, it may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media, although I think bootable media works for Classic Mode in Tiger. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. What you will need to find is a motherboard with a good jack (but has other damage) or a NOS jack you can install. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.
-If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are 20+ years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.
+If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are at least 20 years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.
While you can fix this, it may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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The problem with fixing the jack is these machines are so old, nobody makes new jacks. What you will need to find is a motherboard with a good jack (but has other damage) or a NOS jack you can install. You'll also need to replace the power adapter, since that usually gets damaged when this happens. Other then this, that's all you need to fix the damaged jack.

If you choose to repair this, I'd recommend replacing the hard drive with a CF card and CF->IDE adapter. The hard drives in these machines are 20+ years old and are bound to die any day at this point. An 8-16GB CF card is sufficient for OS9 and most games your daughter likely runs.

While you can fix this, it may find it's cheaper to purchase a newer model like the PowerBook G4 Aluminum. These can't run OS9 natively, but Tiger includes Classic mode and allows you to install Mac OS 9 in a virtual environment with the correct media. I don't like the iBook because of how hard it is to access the hard drive, but those are cheaper then the PowerBook.

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