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Powermac G3 B/W - Logic Board upgrade?

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Does anyone know if it is possible to convert a Rev. 1 Powermac G3 G/W to a Rev. 2 by switching out motherboards? I haven't seen this particular issue addressed in any other online discussions so far.
I was hoping this would work on my machine as the data corruption issue is driving me crazy.

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data corruption? it should work, though itd still be a rev 1, just sporting a rev 2 motherboard.
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data corruption? it should work, though itd still be a rev 1, just sporting a rev 2 motherboard.
Thanks, I guess I'll give it a try and post my results.
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