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hello everyone. I am new here but have been a long time mac user. I own (2) g4 powerbooks. I have one and my wife has my old one. one is a 1GHz 17" and the other is a 1.67GHz 17". because of age and daily grind they have some charicteristics. now the screen quit working on mine. my wife has had a problem with occasionally one row on the keyboard will quit working on the 1GHz. so my question is. can i take the screen from the 1GHz and put it on my 1.67GHz? I figure it will work but before I trash both laptops i figured i would ask. thanks
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