Holding each side of the computer, gently turn the computer right side up. Then
reconnect the cables and power cord you disconnected from your computer.
Press the power button on the back of your computer to turn it on.
Operating the computer when it is open or missing parts can be dangerous
and could damage your computer.
If there is an AirPort network in range, you can select it using the AirPort status icon in
the menu bar. If you want to set up an AirPort Base Station, use the AirPort Setup
Assistant, in Applications/Utilities.
Replacing the Internal Backup Battery
Your iMac G5 has an internal backup battery that preserves certain settings, such as the
date and time, when the computer is off. If you have problems starting up your
computer or if settings change when you start up the computer, you may need to
replace the internal backup battery.
Note: If your computer is plugged into a power strip, Apple recommends you leave the
strip turned on to avoid shortening battery life.
To replace an internal backup battery in your iMac G5:
Turn your computer off by choosing Apple (K) > Shut Down. Disconnect all cables and
the power cord from your computer.
Place a soft, clean towel or cloth on the desk or surface. Hold the sides of the computer
and slowly lay it down so the screen is flat against the surface and the bottom is facing
Loosen 3 screws
Enhancing Your Computer