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hey there guys need to connect my g4 to my macbook pro and use it as an external hardrive would it be better to buy a firewire hardrive or is it the same difference?
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hey there guys need to connect my g4 to my macbook pro and use it as an external hardrive would it be better to buy a firewire hardrive or is it the same difference?
You could connect it via Target Disk Mode... but that would be cumbersome each time you wanted to use it.

You would be better off simply purchasing an external HD.
They are inexpensive enough these days and the capacity would very likely far exceed what you have in your Power Mac.

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