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Sorry...the way you worded your earlier post...it sounded like the logic board you were using was a non-Apple board.

You copied & pasted this info from the e-Bay auction you linked...but you failed to copy the more important part...and that is that this is a Powerbook G4 logic board!!!

This logic board cannot be both a Powerbook G4 and an Intel logic board...it just doesn't work that way! The e-Bay sellers title is WRONG!

Look at the photo in step 38 of the link:

http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook-...acement/296/13

This is a photo of an "Intel logic board" from a MacBook. Do you notice that it looks nothing like the logic board in the e-Bay auction photo???

If you're goal is to get an Intel cpu into a Powerbook G4 housing/case...it just won't work. And if you feel that this logic board from e-Bay can have it's cpu swapped for another one of a different type...good luck!

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