Any final word on that Firmware date/time issue?
This subject has gone round and round and I'd forgotten about it until I disconnected my iMac from the wall in order to install some RAM...when I powered back up I got the 1904 Blues...
I'm pretty sure that this relates to that firmware issue from back in June (?) and I've searched to see if there had ever been any resolution, but my search turned up dry...
My machine is only 1.5 years old and so I am thinking it isn't, especially since this happened first back when I had originally applie the update...
Is there anything else I should be worrying about, aside from resetting the clock? Truthfully, I have only unplugged the thing once or twice in its life...
Any final word?
Madness in Great Ones must not unwatched go.
iMac DVSE 400Mhz/384M/13g
I have a year old G4/450 and I (over the past few days) have been getting the same Date/Time issue. My battery can't be worn out, but I installed the newest firmware when it came out (about 3 or 4 months ago).
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