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iBook - Convert iBook hard disk to external?

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Hi all,

I have an iBook (pre G4) whose video has given up the ghost. I still have a lot of files I'd like to pull from the hard is it possible to convert the iBook's hard disk to an external enclosure so that I can retrieve the files? Either USB or Firewire would be great. I have a PC workstation as well as another iBook (G4) to access the files from.

If I can use an enclosure, can anyone point me in the right direction?


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