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iBook - need help with clamshell logic and hard drives.


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Hey folks, i'm having a problem with some of my logic boards. after i put a hard drive in and get it put back together i go to do a install of 9.2 and it's not reading the HD, the hard drives are good. is there a way around this? are the logic boards just crapped out? someone help!!!!! by the way these are 466mhz clamshell logic boards
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i need some help folks
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for the love of god can someone help!!!!!! these things are really starting to **** me off, as soon as i get one together i go to install os9 and it can't find my darn HD someone help me find it. any help would be greatly appreciated and will save my sanity.
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Supplying this link is all I can do with my limited experience:

http://www.ifixit.com/cart/catalog/
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thanks for the help pulse but that really doesn't help that much, but you get an A for effort
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Do you mean when you boot the machine the disc doesn't mount on the screen?
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when i go to install os9 from the cd it won't see the HD.
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