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I want to put a new hard drive in my G4. A friend told to me to buy only a hitachi or a toshiba brand drive because apple supports only these brand hard drives. Is this true and if it is, is it okay to buy a generic brand drive since it is a quarter of the price and comes with a 3 year warranty?

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