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Old 04-03-2005, 07:18 AM   #1
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Default How to use MAC OS 9

Hello guys! I have a veryOLD Apple computer,name IMac and it's have MAC OS 9 (I ASSUME) because when I turned it on the first thing I saw was MAC OS 9 and then a message appeared:"Macintosh Manager cannot automatically find any servers. You need to locate the Macintosh Manager Server to use"

When I clicked on "OK" a window pop up and it said: Select Multiple Users Server (Locate and select the Multiole Users Server you want to use:
Find Using: AppleTalk (box with pull down menu).

In " Available Servers" box, there is emty.
The only choice I have is Cancel button.

I clicked Cancel, a window appeared and said:
" Because you did not select a Macintosh Manager SErver, you cannot use Macintosh Manager at this time. If you want to go to the Finder, you must enter a Macintosh Manager adminstrator password on the next screen." and a OK button.

I clicked Ok, a new window appeared and it said:

"Enter Password."
and: " To quit to the Finder, please enter either the computer owner's or the server administrator's password."

Guest what, I don't know the password. So now I have one choice is "Shut down."

Please someone, show me how to get this computer up and learn how to use it. Thank you in advance for helping.


You can email me directly to help me at: [email protected]

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Old 04-03-2005, 05:04 PM   #2
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