Not without a sata adapter... You can find out what model you have: https://www.ifixit.com/Info/ID-your-Mac And from that you can look at guides here: iMac Intel 21.5" If you need any help, comment back
(Not really fixing the problem but...) The thing I would do would be get a new computer (that one is from 2007 almost 10 years) and take the hard drive out of the old one to get the stuff off of it with an external enclosure the one thing to note is that only macs can easily read other macs drives without some 3rd party application so if you want what's on it you should probably get a new Mac (or make a "hackintosh" vm with something like vm ware
Get some compressed air from like an office store (or Walmart) in the electronics department and blow out the dust with the air if its still over heating see if there are strange sounds coming from the fans if so you probable have a bad fan bearing and if you hear nothing the fan may have died (make sure to be running something prossesor intensive such as "geek bench" or "fur mark" as many computers dont need the fans on when idling or doing non intensive tasks) and you can open it up and blow out the dust as well
Sounds like 1 or more of the pins on the USB port have for some reason become unconnected to the logic board... if your willing you can try opening and inspecting the port and re soldering the the four pins for the USB (9 for USB 3.0) or try taking it to a computer repair shop (not geek squad ) if you have never soldered anything before. If you do open it post some Pictures of the port on the inside
If you just got the Xbox from someplace like bestbuy it will be under warranty for about 1 year after purchase so just get the free replacement if you got it from a friend check if it's still under warranty at Xbox.com if it's not and it's not the power supply you can have Microsoft repair the console if the tampering sticker is not damaged that would be your best bet, if you would like to have me help troubleshoot I am here to help
So let me get this straight, the handset speaker is not working and the screen and case is not cracked in any way is this correct? If so then the repair should be fairly simple if you have the tools to do it, here is a guide; iPhone 6s 内置听筒更换
There is no definitive guide yet but if you pretty much follow the teardown to step 9 skipping 7&8 you should in theory be able to swap the drive out but do note that because most of the case is clipped onto the metal frame that you may not be able to put it back together If you brake the clip tabes (and you will void the warranty) so "enter at your own risk" kinda deal. Also something i have notice is if you put all your games on an external drive it helps a lot as the only thing accessing the internal drive is the os and with all the game external loading is faster as it has no os tasks I.E. the xbox can read from both drives at the same time for there designated taskes EXAMPLE: fallout 4 used to be installed on my internal drive before i got my external, the load times were about 1-2 min. And loading things like the guide toke forever to load but after i got the external the game loads a lot faster about 20-80 sec. and the guide loads almost instantly hope i could help
This is either a problem with the drive or the operating system, you can find this out witch it is in a few ways. 1st you will need to get the Windows ## install media, this needs to be done on a working Windows computer, just go to Microsoft.com and search windows ## media creation tool, you will need a 8GB+ USB drive. 2nd load into the bios, (when booting and the acer logo pops up try pressing f12 to enter the bios [may be different it varies from machines] if that doesn't work look on the manufactures website to find out how to enter the bios) once in the bios change the boot order to USB drive as first priority and save changes and power off 3rd insert the USB drive with the windows install media and power on the computer, now try to fix the current widows install if available, if there is that option it should fix any problems with the current Windows install, if not then the drive is dead.