If there is no video out on the i Mac must be taken to an Apple Authorized Service Center, or Apple Store to have the proper part replaced.
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Just before Christmas, with a little help from my friends in the Tid BITS community, I upgraded two old i Macs to Mac OS X.
When Jaguar was first released, I purchased the Mac OS X Family Pack (5 installations) with these machines in mind, but I had put off upgrading the i Macs for a couple of reasons.
Somewhere I had picked up the idea that it is possible to kill the i Mac if you don't upgrade the i Mac's firmware properly before installing Mac OS X.
I was also afraid that Panther would run so slowly on a G3-based i Mac that I would regret having installed it.
Luckily, it turns out that my fears were entirely unfounded. As Geoff Duncan pointed out in Tid BITS a while back, while the firmware upgrade is critically important, it's not hard to do it right.
Anyway, I am here to report that you don't have to be an expert to upgrade an old i Mac yourself, and when you're done, your i Mac will have a new lease on life.The two i Macs I upgraded were both 2001-vintage slot-loading models: a 350 MHz model with 192 MB of RAM (the original 64 MB plus a 128 MB upgrade DIMM), and a 400 MHz model with only the original 64 MB of RAM.After a successful installation of Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3, or 10.4 the i Mac will restart with no video at startup.The screen will remain dark, however the power light will turn on and the computer will continue to boot normally without video If the i Mac does not have the firmware update installed, the i Mac will boot with no video after Mac OS X has been installed.There are several things that can be done to fix this problem, however it depends on your i Mac model.Certain i Mac G3s did not have a VGA video out on the back of computer.