Any notebook supredrive should fit in there. Don't get one from a Titanium PowerBook or slot load iMac unless you want to do a bit more work. The tray load iMacs used standard notebook ATA drives. Make sure to get one which you know will work in a Mac.
Post edited by: waragainstsleep, at: 2005/12/08 06:12
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