Vintage Macintosh: Apple eMac PowerPC G4 1.25 GHz 2005
In 2002 the eMac debuted as the low-cost alternative to the new LCD iMac G4 “Snowball”. It was initially release exclusively for educational institutions, hence the “e” designation. As demand grew it was decided to make it available for the general public. The 2005 Apple eMac G4 features a 1.25 GHz PowerPC processor with 515k and a level 2 cache. This particular model has 512 MB installed RAM, SuperDrive and a ATI Radeon 9200 graphics card.
Locating and Resetting the PMU
Locate the PMU reset button inside the your eMac. Depending on your eMac it will either be in this location or along the left hand side. Push the button for one second using a pen or pencil. DO NOT PUSH MORE THAN ONCE!