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K Power Mac G4 / Macintosh Server G4
Be sure to follow the instructions in this sheet carefully. Failure to follow
these instructions could result in damage to your equipment and may void
Replacing the Zip drive requires ﬁve basic steps:
• Turn off the computer.
• Open the computer.
• Remove the installed Zip drive.
• Install the replacement Zip drive.
• Close the computer.
Note: Written and video instructions covering customer-i
Opening the Computer Warning: Always turn off your computer before opening it to avoid damaging its internal components. 1 Place your computer on a clean, ﬂat surface. 2 If you think your computer is in sleep, press the power button on the front of the computer to wake it. 3 Shut down your computer by opening the Special menu and choosing Shut Down. Then wait ﬁve minutes for the computer’s internal components to cool down. 4 If you attached a security cable through the computer’s loc
Warning: If you see any lights glowing on the main logic board, the computer has not been shut down. Close the side access panel and shut down the computer before proceeding. Gently lower the side panel until it lies flat. Removing the Installed Zip Drive 1 Press the clips behind the drive faceplate assembly, rotate the assembly forward until the clips are free of the front panel, and carefully continue rotating the assembly forward to remove it. Unlatch the two plastic clips. Swing th
2 Remove the two screws that hold the drive carrier in place and push the carrier forward far enough that you can reach the cables behind it. Note: You will feel some resistance as you push on the carrier. Remove the two screws that secure the drive carrier. 3. Disconnect the ribbon and power cables from the back of the CD/DVD drive. 4. If shielding tape connects the ribbon cable and the carrier, detach the tape from the top of the carrier. 5. Disconnect the ribbon and power cables from
7 Remove the four screws that mount the Zip drive to the carrier and slide the drive out of the carrier. Zip drive Installing the Replacement Zip Drive 1 Slide the replacement Zip drive into the lower bay in the drive carrier. Insert the screws from the old drive through the side holes in the carrier and tighten to secure the drive to the carrier. 2 Partially insert the drive carrier into the computer. Leave room behind the assembly so you can reach the connectors. 3 Connect the cable
5 Push the drive carrier the rest of the way into the computer. Push the drive carrier into the computer until it is firmly seated. This tab must engage this slot when you push the drive carrier back into the computer. 6 Reinsert the two carrier mounting screws you removed earlier. Secure the drive carrier to the chassis. 7 Replace the faceplate assembly by aligning its left edge on the computer case, reinserting the clips into their slots on the right side, and pressing the plate until
Closing the Computer 1 Raise the side access panel, lift the latch, and press the panel against the case until it snaps securely into place. 2 Reconnect all cables and restart your computer. Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal and external parts are in place and it is closed. Operating the computer when it is open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury. K Apple Computer, Inc. © 2001 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Under the c
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