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Titolo:

build mac from old macs

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I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).

I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.

My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.

The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. '''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.'''

The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.

I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)

This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

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Mac LaptopsLaptop
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Modifica di: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).

I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.

My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.

The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. '''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.'''

The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.

I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)

This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

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MacintoshMac Laptops
MacintoshMac Laptops

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Risposta Accettata:

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Modifica di: Ikfixda ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).

I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.

My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.

The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. '''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.'''

The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.

I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)

This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

Dispositivo:

Macintosh

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

89795

Modifica di: Ikfixda ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).

I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.

My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.

The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. '''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.'''

The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.

I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)

This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

Dispositivo:

Macintosh

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

89795

Modifica di: Ikfixda ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).
 
I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.
 
My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.
 
The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. '''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.
'''
control.'''
The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. '''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.
'''
control.'''
The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.
 
I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)
 
This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

Dispositivo:

Macintosh

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

89795

Modifica di: Ikfixda ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).
 
I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.
 
My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.
 
The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. I'''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.

'''
The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. I'''I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.

'''
The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.
 
I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)
 
This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

Dispositivo:

Macintosh

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

89795

Modifica di: Ikfixda ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).

I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.

My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.

The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.

The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.

I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)

This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

Dispositivo:

Macintosh

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

89795

Post originale di: Ikfixda ,

Titolo:

build mac from old macs

Testo:

I would like to build a powerful tower mac from multiple macbooks. I own a Macbook 13" 2009 model. And my brother owns a faulty older 13" model (1 previous gen).

I'm planning on buying a G5 tower to put these parts in.

My question(s) is, if this is do-able, not asking if it's easy or such. Just wanna know if I can do it.

The main goal is to transfer the logic board of this one into the tower, including many of the parts in this macbook. I also want to integrate the infrared module that came with my brother's old macbook, since I want to use the remote control.

The latter is probably a bit harder to do, I think because the logic board has no infrared port.

I could also go for a newer logic board and start from there. Depends on what you geniuses think ;)

This may not be the ideal site to ask this question, but i see so many good repair guides up here, one of which helped me a lot!

Dispositivo:

Macintosh

Stato:

open