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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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in a G4 Macbook? I have a dead 15" Macbook Pro from 2007-8 with a good disc drive and my neighbor has a 13" white G4 Macbook. Can I take the drive out of mine and get it to work in his? Thanks.
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in a G4 Macbook?
No...because there is no such thing as a "G4 MacBook".

There are:

- MacBooks
- MacBook Pros
- Powerbook G4's
- iBook G4's

But no "G4 MacBooks". Maybe you mean a 13" MacBook? If so...we would probably need to know the exact model laptop your neighbor has...and what model laptop you have.

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O.K. then. It's an older white Mac notebook with a 60G hard drive and 500RAM running Tiger. Or so I'm told. I haven't seen it yet. What is it?
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