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Upgrading Powerbook G4
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I was just wondering, is it possible to upgrade a powerbook g4 (alumunium)'s hard drive from a 80GB to lets say...a 100GB one? And will the folks at the apple store do this task for me? Thanks.
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Re: Upgrading Powerbook G4
Sure, you just need to go to a certified apple center to do the upgrade, otherwise you could screw up your Apple Care warranty, if it is currently going.

If the warranty has void at this point, you could do it yourself, but it may be risky. Depending on the model and release date of your powerbook, the internal HDD specs may change, so be sure of where U go to ask help with this techy job.

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