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Thinking of buying a mac


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I am very interested in buying a mac just to mess around on and do some video editing.

I am also looking an imac G4 but with a faulty PSU, i would like to change it but i am going off the idea due to the small working area of that tiny base unit. Although i am no stranger to repairing laptops it does look like it would be difficult. Any advise would be very useful.

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have you already found a decent priced replacement?
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have you already found a decent priced replacement?
No, but i thought apple were selling parts now
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No, but i thought apple were selling parts now
I hadn't heard that. You might want to look into that first. Even if they are selling part it wouldn't surprise me if they cost alot.
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Had a word with someone and they said that the part would be 150 so decided to go for a mac mini
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Had a word with someone and they said that the part would be 150 so decided to go for a mac mini

Good choice
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Mini's are cool...
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