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Old Nov 21st, 2005, 11:27 AM   #1
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iBook G4 Disassembly Guide

Here's link with excellent instructions for disassembling or upgrading your iBook G4 hard drive, RAM, Bluetooth and Superdrive.

iBook Disassembly Guide

This would've helped me when I upgraded my drive.

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That's great, but there are a few things about the PowerBook that prevent an iBook from approaching it as a computer, even when you upgrade the optical drive, RAM, hard drive, and so on.

I would also pay someone else to crack open the case of an iBook, over doing it myself, any day, although I've installed drives and RAM and cards many times.

www.pbfixit.com is another good source. See:

http://www.pbfixit.com/Guide/83.0.0.html
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