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The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

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This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time. I have a 20” ALS 20/2GHz/1GB/250GB/SUPER/56K/BT/AP EMC 2056 , if it helps.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
 
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a QP538 machine, so I’m firmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps because of how out of the range mine is. The software was a recent install as well, since I had to start fresh due to how I got the machine; I also wanted Classic support, so it required a 10.4 downgrade.

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iMac G5 20" Model A1076

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time. I have a 20” ALS 20/2GHz/1GB/250GB/SUPER/56K/BT/AP 2005 machineEMC 2056 , if it helps.
This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time. I have a 20” ALS 20/2GHz/1GB/250GB/SUPER/56K/BT/AP 2005 machineEMC 2056 , if it helps.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a QP538 machine, so I’m firmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps because of how out of the range mine is. The software was a recent install as well, since I had to start fresh due to how I got the machine; I also wanted Classic support, so it required a 10.4 downgrade.

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iMac G5 20" Model A1076

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time. I have a 20” ALS 20/2GHz/1GB/250GB/SUPER/56K/BT/AP 2005 machine, if it helps.
This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time. I have a 20” ALS 20/2GHz/1GB/250GB/SUPER/56K/BT/AP 2005 machine, if it helps.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a QP538 machine, so I’m firmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps because of how out of the range mine is. The software was a recent install as well, since I had to start fresh due to how I got the machine; I also wanted Classic support, so it required a 10.4 downgrade.

dispositivo:

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a QP538 machine, so I’m firmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps because of how out of the range mine is. The software was a recent install as well, since I had to start fresh due to how I got the machine; I also wanted Classic support, so it required a 10.4 downgrade.
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a QP538 machine, so I’m firmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps because of how out of the range mine is. The software was a recent install as well, since I had to start fresh due to how I got the machine; I also wanted Classic support, so it required a 10.4 downgrade.

dispositivo:

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a machine that survived capacitor plague by being 13 serial numbers too newQP538 machine, so I’m certainfirmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps are okaybecause of how out of the range mine is.
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a machine that survived capacitor plague by being 13 serial numbers too newQP538 machine, so I’m certainfirmly out of capacitor plague territory. I don’t think it’s the caps are okaybecause of how out of the range mine is.

dispositivo:

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Status:

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* PRAM reset (~3/24/19)
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a machine that survived capacitor plague by being 13 serial numbers too new, so I’m certain the caps are okay.

dispositivo:

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time.
 
So far, here is what I tried:
 
* PRAM reset
* SMC reset (4/5/19)
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed.
 
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed. ShouldShould it come back, what should I look for? I have a machine that survived capacitor plague by being 13 serial numbers too new, so I’m certain the caps are okay.
I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed. ShouldShould it come back, what should I look for? I have a machine that survived capacitor plague by being 13 serial numbers too new, so I’m certain the caps are okay.

dispositivo:

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Status:

open

Postagem original de: Nick ,

Título:

The iMac occasionally boots without the Apple bong

Texto:

This iMac has some issue where it does not always boot with the Apple bong after power is removed if I need to remove the power cord. This is the second time it has done it and I was initially able to clear it up with a PRAM reset (no SMC needed at the time). However, it has now come back for a second time.

So far, here is what I tried:

* PRAM reset
* SMC reset (4/5/19)

I checked the CMOS battery (Panasonic CR2032) and it reads 3.07V, so it was likely replaced before I got it or it’s an original cell that still works. I can usually clear it up by adjusting the volume and that solves the issue, but it may eventually come back - even with an SMC reset performed. Should it come back, what should I look for? I have a machine that survived capacitor plague by being 13 serial numbers too new, so I’m certain the caps are okay.

dispositivo:

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Status:

open