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    macbook question
    i was wondering if it was possible if i could swich out the internal components on a macbook (the one that came out just before the plastic unibody macbook with the 9400m) and with a black macbook case. the only problems i could think of are display, keyboard, and trackpad compatibiliy, due to things like different connectors on the motherboard. i just basically want a black macbook with the 9400m graphics.

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    Not possible because of internal dimensions. Why not just buy a nice Black In Case cover for it? Here's an example of what would look like.

    Your local Apple store also stocks various color cases.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1andrew1994 View Post
    the only problems i could think of are display, keyboard, and trackpad compatibiliy, due to things like different connectors on the motherboard.
    In other words "everything that makes the computer parts talk to each other."

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