Using my old drives from my PPC G5 in my new Intel 3.0 ?
OK, so I just got my new Intel 3.0 and I simply took my old drives out of my Power PC G5 and put them in my new Intel and they sem to be working fine. Is t ok to do this?? (I hope at this point) Thanks~If you want to put a system on it and boot, you
Even if you don't need to boot, you probably want to anyway.
What you don't want to do is use Migration Assistant to bring over PPC applications (just data, prefs and such).
Throw in RAM (in sets of four) and speed away!
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