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Hi everyone,

I need to connect in target disk mode an old Powerbook G4 17" (target) with my Macbook Pro 17" (host) in order to try some data rescue. Could anyone please tell me what kind of Firewire is required? Many thanks.
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Just a standard Firewire cable should do, as long as the connectors at each end are right type for the host and client computers

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