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Mac Specs: PowerBook G4 15",1.67 GHz, 2 GB memory OS X 10.4.10. iMac 21.5 3.06 Ghz

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Hi all, I have a 15'' PowerBook G4 1.67 GHz but the internal hard drive is almost full. I capture my footage to an external FW800 using FCS. If I upgrade to a bigger internal hard drive, would I see any improvement on performance? I have the max 2 Gb allowed memory on the machine. I also read about adding the PCI to FW adapter so I can capture from camera to the external FW800.
Any help would be appreciated.
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