Head over to XLR8yourmac.com and look up your model laptop in the drive compatability database. This will list various drives people have had good luck with. Apple tends to use the same drives in all their laptops, and those same models (search by the drive's model number) are generally available online pretty cheap.
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[censored] ( Panasonic ) tray loading drives, which were taken from old Dells and HPs, into G3 Pismos, so there are thrid party drives which will work as well. I'm betting your slot loading drive will... it's probably the same thing companies like MCE are doing.
Post edited by: Antonio, at: 2005/11/15 20:41
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