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iBook - Can I put a Combo Drive in an iBook G3 500mhz Dual USB?


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Hi,

Just wondering if I can install a combo drive pulled from a newer iBook G3 900mhz and put in an iBook G3 500mhz dual usb laptop? Both are 12 inchers. Anyone know if there is anything different like cabling or front of tray that I need to look for?

Any input would be appreciated.

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