|Aug 6, 2007, 04:40 PM||#1|
Sending iBook to AppleCare
I am sending in my iBook G4 1.42GHz for a repair and I have a question. How can I remove ATIcellerator?? I dont want to void my warranty for overclocking my GPU.
I am senidn my iBook in because the click on the mouse sometimes works and other times I have to slam it down to click and it is growing on me. This is my 2nd repair and I am wondering if they will give me a upgrade to a new MacBook. Does anybody know what happens?
MacBook Pro 15" i7 2.3GHz (June 2012) HR Antiglare | iPhone 5 64GB | MacBook Air i5 1.3GHz (2013) | PowerMac G5 DC 2.3GHz
|Aug 6, 2007, 04:42 PM||#2|
Download it again and run the uninstall.command. After that use Spotlight to find any other files.
Core i5 750 / 16 GB RAM / 500 GB SSD / HD 7950 / Windows 8.1
76 Month Old MacBook
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