160 x Screen Cleaning Tissues / Wipes for PC / Desktop / Laptop / Netbook / iMac / Macbook / LCD / Plasma / Mobile Phone / PDA / iPad Removes dust, dirt and fingerprints from your computer or TV Screen

160 x Screen Cleaning Tissues / Wipes for PC / Desktop / Laptop / Netbook / iMac / Macbook / LCD / Plasma / Mobile Phone / PDA / iPad Removes dust, dirt and fingerprints from your computer or TV Screen

Removes dust, fingerprints and smudges from notebook computer screens. Non-abrasive, non-streaking.
Non-abrasive, non-streaking pre-moistened wipes
Remove dust, fingerprints and smudges
Safe for notebook, tablet, flat panel and CRT screens.
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Posted by paulbulmer on 2014-11-12 01:45:11

Tagged: , Cleaning , Computer , Desktop , dirt , Dust , fingerprints , from , iMac , iPad , Laptop , MacBook , Mobile , Netbook , Phone , Plasma , Removes , Screen , Tissues , Wipes

iMacquarium: Turn Your Old G3 iMac Into an Aquarium

iMacquarium: Turn Your Old G3 iMac Into an Aquarium

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Do you have an old G3 iMac computer just sitting around and collecting dust? Why not transform it into a fresh and unique aquarium? Jake Harms recycles them into a home furnishing with a cool new use – a home for your fish!
You can buy a DIY kit at Jake Harms website, or if you are too lazy to make one yourself, you can purchase the iMac already transformed into an iMacquarium. A neat idea for the Apple & Fish lovers!

Posted by irecyclart on 2016-01-05 21:30:15

Tagged: , apple , aquarium , imac , upcycled

Cooling fan on a barely used, original iMac

Cooling fan on a barely used, original iMac

Back in 1998, a guy I work with bought himself a brand new iMac. He fiddled around with it, but soon realized that computers weren’t really for him so he tucked it in a closet and forgot about it. I convinced him to bring it into work so I could have a look at it.

Did I mention, Bob didn’t use it that much? There’s not a speck of dust on this fan. It is the cleanest computer I’ve ever worked on!

Posted by willceau on 2009-03-10 21:41:01

Tagged: , Apple , Mac , iMac , Recycle , repurpose , reuse , 1998

iMac 24″ 2007 series, 2TB hard disk upgrade

iMac 24

Finally got round to replacing the 500GB disc in my three year old iMac. A slightly daunting procedure made far easier by following the guidance in Brian Dorey’s excellent video guide at: vimeo.com/2252036.

Took slightly longer than the 30 minutes Brian suggests and my iMac is slightly different internally from the one he’s working on.

Required tools: Torx 6 and 9 drivers available from Maplin and a four suction available from Screwfix for about £10.

Note the laptop so that I can follow his instructions on Vimeo as I work thru the transplant. I also needed to clone the content of the 500GB drive onto the 2TB drive. This cloning procedure took seven and a half hours! I used Carbon Copy Cloner. I then transferred the drive from the WD caddy into the iMac. Handling the 24" flat panel with no screen protection and a hell of a lot of dust was a bit nerve wracking. Anyway I managed it but had to be really careful to lay the 20 or so screws out in the right order so that I could re-assemble properly. Just follow Brian’s instructions, make sure there are no small children running around, make sure you’ve got the right kit, take care and you’ll be fine!

Computer works fine, seems a bit faster and it’s great to have 1.5TB free!

Posted by Jordanhill School D&T Dept on 2010-09-30 17:21:27

Tagged: , Apple , iMac , Hard Disc Upgrade , 2TB , Aluminium iMac , DIY , Torx driver , Suction Lifter

iMac 24″ 2007 series, 2TB hard disk upgrade

iMac 24

Finally got round to replacing the 500GB disc in my three year old iMac. A slightly daunting procedure made far easier by following the guidance in Brian Dorey’s excellent video guide at: vimeo.com/2252036.

Took slightly longer than the 30 minutes Brian suggests and my iMac is slightly different internally from the one he’s working on.

Required tools: Torx 6 and 9 drivers available from Maplin and a four suction available from Screwfix for about £10.

Note the laptop so that I can follow his instructions on Vimeo as I work thru the transplant. I also needed to clone the content of the 500GB drive onto the 2TB drive. This cloning procedure took seven and a half hours! I used Carbon Copy Cloner. I then transferred the drive from the WD caddy into the iMac. Handling the 24" flat panel with no screen protection and a hell of a lot of dust was a bit nerve wracking. Anyway I managed it but had to be really careful to lay the 20 or so screws out in the right order so that I could re-assemble properly. Just follow Brian’s instructions, make sure there are no small children running around, make sure you’ve got the right kit, take care and you’ll be fine!

Computer works fine, seems a bit faster and it’s great to have 1.5TB free!

Posted by Jordanhill School D&T Dept on 2010-09-30 17:08:02

Tagged: , Apple , iMac , Hard Disc Upgrade , 2TB , Aluminium iMac , DIY , Torx driver , Suction Lifter

iMac 24″ 2007 series, 2TB hard disk upgrade

iMac 24

Finally got round to replacing the 500GB disc in my three year old iMac. A slightly daunting procedure made far easier by following the guidance in Brian Dorey’s excellent video guide at: vimeo.com/2252036.

Took slightly longer than the 30 minutes Brian suggests and my iMac is slightly different internally from the one he’s working on.

Required tools: Torx 6 and 9 drivers available from Maplin and a four suction available from Screwfix for about £10.

Note the laptop so that I can follow his instructions on Vimeo as I work thru the transplant. I also needed to clone the content of the 500GB drive onto the 2TB drive. This cloning procedure took seven and a half hours! I used Carbon Copy Cloner. I then transferred the drive from the WD caddy into the iMac. Handling the 24" flat panel with no screen protection and a hell of a lot of dust was a bit nerve wracking. Anyway I managed it but had to be really careful to lay the 20 or so screws out in the right order so that I could re-assemble properly. Just follow Brian’s instructions, make sure there are no small children running around, make sure you’ve got the right kit, take care and you’ll be fine!

Computer works fine, seems a bit faster and it’s great to have 1.5TB free!

Posted by Jordanhill School D&T Dept on 2010-09-30 17:19:31

Tagged: , Apple , iMac , Hard Disc Upgrade , 2TB , Aluminium iMac , DIY , Torx driver , Suction Lifter

iMac 24″ 2007 series, 2TB hard disk upgrade

iMac 24

Finally got round to replacing the 500GB disc in my three year old iMac. A slightly daunting procedure made far easier by following the guidance in Brian Dorey’s excellent video guide at: vimeo.com/2252036.

Took slightly longer than the 30 minutes Brian suggests and my iMac is slightly different internally from the one he’s working on.

Required tools: Torx 6 and 9 drivers available from Maplin and a four suction available from Screwfix for about £10.

Note the laptop so that I can follow his instructions on Vimeo as I work thru the transplant. I also needed to clone the content of the 500GB drive onto the 2TB drive. This cloning procedure took seven and a half hours! I used Carbon Copy Cloner. I then transferred the drive from the WD caddy into the iMac. Handling the 24" flat panel with no screen protection and a hell of a lot of dust was a bit nerve wracking. Anyway I managed it but had to be really careful to lay the 20 or so screws out in the right order so that I could re-assemble properly. Just follow Brian’s instructions, make sure there are no small children running around, make sure you’ve got the right kit, take care and you’ll be fine!

Computer works fine, seems a bit faster and it’s great to have 1.5TB free!

Posted by Jordanhill School D&T Dept on 2010-09-30 17:17:59

Tagged: , Apple , iMac , Hard Disc Upgrade , 2TB , Aluminium iMac , DIY , Torx driver , Suction Lifter

iMac 24″ 2007 series, 2TB hard disk upgrade

iMac 24

Finally got round to replacing the 500GB disc in my three year old iMac. A slightly daunting procedure made far easier by following the guidance in Brian Dorey’s excellent video guide at: vimeo.com/2252036.

Took slightly longer than the 30 minutes Brian suggests and my iMac is slightly different internally from the one he’s working on.

Required tools: Torx 6 and 9 drivers available from Maplin and a four suction available from Screwfix for about £10.

Note the laptop so that I can follow his instructions on Vimeo as I work thru the transplant. I also needed to clone the content of the 500GB drive onto the 2TB drive. This cloning procedure took seven and a half hours! I used Carbon Copy Cloner. I then transferred the drive from the WD caddy into the iMac. Handling the 24" flat panel with no screen protection and a hell of a lot of dust was a bit nerve wracking. Anyway I managed it but had to be really careful to lay the 20 or so screws out in the right order so that I could re-assemble properly. Just follow Brian’s instructions, make sure there are no small children running around, make sure you’ve got the right kit, take care and you’ll be fine!

Computer works fine, seems a bit faster and it’s great to have 1.5TB free!

Posted by Jordanhill School D&T Dept on 2010-09-30 17:23:22

Tagged: , Apple , iMac , Hard Disc Upgrade , 2TB , Aluminium iMac , DIY , Torx driver , Suction Lifter

iMac 24″ 2007 series, 2TB hard disk upgrade

iMac 24

Finally got round to replacing the 500GB disc in my three year old iMac. A slightly daunting procedure made far easier by following the guidance in Brian Dorey’s excellent video guide at: vimeo.com/2252036.

Took slightly longer than the 30 minutes Brian suggests and my iMac is slightly different internally from the one he’s working on.

Required tools: Torx 6 and 9 drivers available from Maplin and a four suction available from Screwfix for about £10.

Note the laptop so that I can follow his instructions on Vimeo as I work thru the transplant. I also needed to clone the content of the 500GB drive onto the 2TB drive. This cloning procedure took seven and a half hours! I used Carbon Copy Cloner. I then transferred the drive from the WD caddy into the iMac. Handling the 24" flat panel with no screen protection and a hell of a lot of dust was a bit nerve wracking. Anyway I managed it but had to be really careful to lay the 20 or so screws out in the right order so that I could re-assemble properly. Just follow Brian’s instructions, make sure there are no small children running around, make sure you’ve got the right kit, take care and you’ll be fine!

Computer works fine, seems a bit faster and it’s great to have 1.5TB free!

Posted by Jordanhill School D&T Dept on 2010-09-30 17:25:35

Tagged: , Apple , iMac , Hard Disc Upgrade , 2TB , Aluminium iMac , DIY , Torx driver , Suction Lifter