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


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Hello you all I'm looking for something that I'm sure has been done but I dont know where to find the information. I have a 17 inch powerbook that died about a month ago. It is in disrepair. The screen is in excellent condition, and I'd like to use it as a second screen for my G5 that I just bought. Are there any tutorials somwhere or anyonw know anything about how to do this. I'm assuming I need to find some sort of power suply and what else?
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