G4 quicksilver Power Issues?

3 replies [Last post]
Offline
Joined: Feb 15 2007
Posts: 66

Hey guys. My g4 quicsilver powermac just took a turn for the worst. There was a power failure in the middle of the night, and despite having a surge protector, it messed my quicksilver up. It will not boot now. Green light comes on, but no bong noise. tried disconnecting from power, still nothing. Think the Power Supply failed? Or does the green light mean its getting power, and the logic board is toast?

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
cwsmith's picture
Offline
Joined: Oct 13 2005
Posts: 699
Try removing the PRAM battery ...

... and see if that changes anything?

__________________

Dozens of Macs; a handful of PCs; Apple ][e, ][c and ][gs; a few iPods; lots of parts
17 guitars, 2 baritone guitars, alto guitar, 6 bass guitars, bajo sexto, 3 ukuleles, mandolin, banjo, sitar
3/4 scale upright bass, 4pc drum kit, congas, travel congas, bongos, cajon, cabasa, 12 harmonicas
http://www.cwsmith.fmhttp://www.facebook.com/cwsmith2620

Hawaii Cruiser's picture
Offline
Joined: Jan 20 2005
Posts: 1434
Was it on during the power fa

Was it on during the power failure? Was it hooked up to an Apple Cinema Display through the ADC? Have you tried stripping it down to bare essentials? The green light can come on even with a bad (weakened) power supply.

iantm's picture
Offline
Joined: Apr 2 2005
Posts: 709
PMU reset button on the logic

PMU reset button on the logic board? I've pressed that button on dozens of supposedly "dead" Power Mac and iMac G4's only to have them bounce back to life.

__________________

- iantm
ACPT & ACDT (long expired)
BMW Certified Technician