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OS 9.0.4 WTF???
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Noraa
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Apr 5, 2000, 09:37 PM
 
I own an original iBook (300 mhz...3 gig hd...) and after I installed OS 9.0.4 I can't use the thing when it is unplugged, it runs so slowwwww, the minute I plug it in, t he thing zooms. I decided to see what would happen when I turn off processor cycling for the battery mode...absolutely no difference. Please help!

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Apr 6, 2000, 01:18 AM
 
in energy saver control panel, click advanced, and UNCLICK Allow Processor Cycling. This should fix you right up

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Apr 6, 2000, 09:12 AM
 
oscar, noraa said that s/he already tried turning off processor cycling to no avail.

Try resetting the power manager.
     
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Apr 6, 2000, 10:02 AM
 
figured out the problem, in the system folder there is a little item called powerpc enabler 9.0.4. I removed that, and all is good now (basically I tricked the system into thinking it's still running OS 9. Hopefully apple fixes this problem soon!
     
   
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