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By the way, you own a Macbook Core Duo, built on May 16, 2006, code MA255LL/A , A1181 (EMC 2092), MacBook1,1, MacBook "Core Duo" 2.0 13" (White), 2.0 GHz Core Duo (T2500)
 
Basically, the white version of my current machine.
 
Fact is: if you break something like the logic board, the bottom case and other specific parts, you've got to reach for the used market. Other parts, like the LCD panel, the iSight, the Top Case with keyboard are in common with the more recent Core2Duo model, still supported. You could, for example, replace your SuperDrive with an 8x, or, according to iFixit, get the Top Case of the latest Macbooks, the ones with the iTunes keys.
 
Let's say offical support for a vintage machine is totally in flux, at the mercy of the technician and its supplies, and Apple Depot has a steady flow of supplies.
 
And yes. I mean that you can replace easily the cable going from Top Case to Logic Board, but there's no way you can reach the cable from mouse button to the rest of the Top Case. I've seen people selling the flat piece of logic behind the Trackpad, but that entails a work of butchery that destroys the Top Case making it unusable...

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Post originale di: Stefano Gigante ,

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By the way, you own a Macbook Core Duo, built on May 16, 2006, code MA255LL/A , A1181 (EMC 2092), MacBook1,1, MacBook "Core Duo" 2.0 13" (White), 2.0 GHz Core Duo (T2500)

Basically, the white version of my current machine.

Fact is: if you break something like the logic board, the bottom case and other specific parts, you've got to reach for the used market. Other parts, like the LCD panel, the iSight, the Top Case with keyboard are in common with the more recent Core2Duo model, still supported. You could, for example, replace your SuperDrive with an 8x, or, according to iFixit, get the Top Case of the latest Macbooks, the ones with the iTunes keys.

Let's say offical support for a vintage machine is totally in flux, at the mercy of the technician and its supplies, and Apple Depot has a steady flow of supplies.

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