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iMac - Recover info off iMac G5 hard drive


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My iMac G5 (pre intel 20inch) died. Took it to repair shop and they said motherboard / logic board is broken. Too expensive to fix (cheaper to buy a new one). I know how to take the hard drive out but how do I get the info off that hard drive once it is out of the machine. Also, could I put it in another imac if I bought one second hard. Thanks for any help on this.
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