Under your system preferences, (Apple Menu > System) you should be able to change your "boot" drive to any connected device [or even from a CD-ROM]. Ensure the device is connected before starting up your Mac. Then change the drive. Restart and you're set. It's important to ensure that this device has at least an O.S. on it, so the computer knows what to do. You should also keep your O.S. system disc nearby in case this fails. Visit any Apple store (locate them at apple.com) and speak with someone at the Genius Bar for more details. But, I don't think this questioner wants to boot from the drive. I think that he/she just wants the G3 to "see" it. You could try powering up the external drive first, then starting the Mac it's connected to. If that doesn't work, try it the other way around. Can you tell us more about your computer? What model? Are you using OS9? You might want to be sure that the the external drive is a Slave drive IE; setting the jumpers on the pinouts. If you have a system on both drives, and the external is not set as a slave, your poor Mac will be very confused! If you're not sure how to set the jumpers, Google your drive's manufacturer and model number. Of course, it could very well be me that's confused! ;)
First you have to find out where you saved the AIM file on your hardrive. Then you drag the file onto your desktop and it should save straight to your desktop.
Monitor, hardrive, modem and internet provider.
The starting price for a Dell desktop computer would be $299.99 for the Insprion 660s model. THis product comes with a 500 gigabyte hardrive as well as 2 gigabytes of RAM.
Peripherals, such as the keyboard, mouse, monitor, external hard-drive, scanner, printer, and so on, are connected to the main device - which is a computer (desktop, laptop, netbook, etc
Peripherals, such as the keyboard, mouse, monitor, external hard-drive, scanner, printer, and so on, are connected to the main device - which is a computer (desktop, laptop, netbook, etc).
Thinkline computers have absoulutely no hardware e.g hardrive... It is just a moniter connected to your server, running via ethernet cables. Your profile is saved to the server instead of desktop and (windows) runs through the werver alsoWhat_is_the_difference_between_thinkline_computer_and_desktop_PC
Most desktop computers are not equipped with built in microphones, there is a jack where you can plug in an external microphone.
An external hard drive is connected externally to your computer by connecting to the computer's USB interface (USB powered) or the eSata or the FireWire (FireWire speeds are the fatest). Consumers buy external hard drives because they are small, compact and "portable" - you can easily take your data with you from one computer to the next. They are typically more expensive than internal hard drives. External hard drives are categorized as portable and external. The portable include the pocket hard drive (size of a credit card), the passport hard drive (size of a passport) and the 2.5" desktop (size of a novel - a laptop hard disk). The external include the much bigger 3.5" desktop hard drive (size of a large novel - a desktop hard disk). The 3.5" desktop includes a separate power supply adapter you plug into the wall outlet and then of course, the cable to connect to the USB port.
The best secondary storage device that I have found is a Desktop External Drive. They are USB run and can easily be connected to the computer or disconnected. Pen or Thumb Drives do not have a large amount of space, like External Drives have, and Thumbs can be easily lost.
It sounds like you might be running low on memory. If you get to a point where you can get to your desktop and access the internet, go to reimage.com and downlaod their 5 min scan for your hardrive to review your PC's stability/ performance.
It depends on how it's set up. If the wireless router is connected directly to the service, you should be able to connect the laptop without the desktop being turned on. If the desktop is connecte directly to the service and the router feeds from the desktop... no, you'll need the desktop to be running. No Its Doesn't.You Just Need A Modem To Be Connected To The Desktop Computers Ethernet Port
3.5 inch is desktop model 2.5 inch is laptop or SSD 1.5 inch is netbok, some SSDs or a laptop hardrive
You can by an external screen and keyboard and mouse.
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A metaphor is the application of one thing related to a domain to another domain, so, the desktop metaphor in a GUI is the representation of the GUI as a desktop, while the GUI itself is not a desktop. Indeed, using the metaphor of a desktop, we can assume that we can put things over the desktop, we can have a recycle bin and a document folder connected to our desktop and so on.
Thinkline computers have absoulutely no hardware e.g hardrive... It is just a moniter connected to your server, running via ethernet cables. Your profile is saved to the server instead of desktop and (windows) runs through the werver also.A Thin Client is a small device with minimal hardware and software meant to only connect to a terminal server via a network connection. When connected to a Keyboard, Mouse and Monitor, the thin client displays the interface, but the actual processing and running of software is done on a server in another location.
it will depend on the graphics card in your laptop. Most should allow an external monitor to be used as an extension to the desktop, instead of just cloning the display. You would have to adjust this in your display properties, if it is possible.
Provided your desktop has the needed output jacks,then yes a mini system can be connected to a PC.
Yes, you can use a server as a desktop computer. If a single user connected input and output devices and used it alone, a server would function exactly as a personal desktop computer.
Laptop keyboards are connected to the motherboard with a variety of proprietary connectors. There is no easy way to wire one to connect to a desktop.
Put the printer on a shared network, then your desktop computer can also print to the same printer.
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