hi,if you want the other mac to connect your wifi, look on the top menu bar, on the right side you will see a wifi icon ( look like an antenna) just click on it and select your wifi home network name and enter the network password XXXXX it have it.or go to this link for picture instruction -->> http://homekb.cisco.com/Cisco2/ukp.aspx?pid=94&vw=1&articleid=15805If you would like any additional information or have more questions please don't hesitate to ask by reply in here. thank you
you mac should detect the network name and I think the is label under your airport unit for password
no the wifi network name
go to one of your imacs that connected to wifi or airport.
on the top menu bar, from the right side, did you see an antenna icon?
click on it and it should show you what airport you connected to
now do the samething on your new mac, click on the antenna icon, your airport network name should show up in there, just select it
ok on the old imac that connected to your airport already
open finder, click on application folder ---->> utilities folder -->> open keychain access
within keychain access, on top Keychain: Login the bottom, Category: passwords
now find your network name
double click on your network name then select "show password"
that would be your mac osx user name password
you dont remember your username password?
okay that good
after the network password XXXXX put that network password XXXXX the new machine
you should able to connect to your airport now on the new machine
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bluescreen most caused by defective hard drive or memory basically is more like a hardware problem.
how does is bluescreen, does it bluescreen right away after turn on or during uses?
at the bottom of the imac there is a memory cover with two screws
you can removed those screen and test your memory one by one
if that still give you bluescreen then the problem might be your internal hard drive
for internal hard drive you might have to bring to Apple store so they can test it and replaced it if necessary
sorry I meant removed the two screws
okay, then the problem is likely to be the internal hard drive is defective and not the memory
if you are good with hand on tools, you can replaced the hard drive by yourself. just go to youtube.com and search a video about take apart for your imacbut I would recommended since you might break the lcd panel during the removal and that cost about $800
would = wouldnt
good time to upgrade to a 2tb hard drive
since hard drive are so cheap now, 2tb cost about $115
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