Just like the in the photo. If Steve Jobs ever has to change jobs he should start a packaging business. His packaging is art...mauly said:Very nice!
Does the iMac box come in a box or covered - or did it just come as shown in photo1?
Thanks...Barney the Beagle is a great pal. However he is getting old (11+) and that is a sad time for me. They are very loveable dogs.vouder17 said:Bless you nevada jack, those are indeed nice pics..i am very jealous.I am a sucker for pics..i dont know why..maybe i should go and see someone..
PS: Cool dog..i think i will get me one of those when i am older, or maybe a sausage dog..both cool
I have had good luck with BT...my PB mouse is 6 months old and works fine, never a problem. I hope the keyboard is just as reliable.James Philp said:Nice pics
BTW you may wanna make sure you have a regular keyboard and mouse, the bluetooth ones can occasionally go wrong - although tiger does seemed to have added nifty things to the startup process.
Still, I'm wearing my jealous face!
I think he just ordered them in place of the wired ones.ibookowner2 said:hey did you have to buy the wireless keyboard and mouse seperatly or do they come stock?
The migration assistant worked fine. Took about 45 minutes. No loss of any data as far as I know. I did have one network problem. I apparently had an old Static IP from my PC (I used Move2Mac for that transition) and I could not get my network to work between the PB and iMac with Airport Extreme. But the simplicity of Mac saved me. I just set up a new network and in a short time all were connected, including the printer, and system is humming this morning.wwooden said:I see you used the migration assistant, did you have any problems using that? I know a friend who used it and some of here programs and setting didn't quite work right after. Like all her photos were not in albums anymore and she had to go through and redo that. She also tends to add a lot of junk to her computer and have a ton of extra stuff everywhere. How was it for you? I am looking at getting a new iMac but I dread the idea of reinstalling everything. The idea of the migration assistant sounds nice, I am just curious if it actually works.