1560 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Jul 8, 2008 10:49 AM by Matthew Trageser1
from your system info you have a G4 Quicksilver 2002, with a single 800 cpu?
What kind of SCSI card do you have, I have an Adaptec SCSI Card 2906, You will probably need to upgrade or reinstall the firmware for the SCSI card after you upgrade your system software.
I vaguely remember having to remove the SCSI card for one of the past OSX's upgrades. I can not remember if it was Jaguar or Tiger, You should be able to remove the SCSI card yourself. Just open the the side panel and you will see the SCSI Card is in a PCI slot. You will need a Phillis head #2 screwdriver to remover the one screw that holds the PCI card in place, You can't miss it. Then holding the card at each end, firmly but gently, lift out the card. It may stick so you may need to lift one end up slightly and then lift the other end slightly, in a sea-saw motion.
once the card is out, try to load the upgrade.
tip, when ever I open the Mac, I use that time to clean the inside. I have usually found that a good vacuum cleaning is in order.