|Oct 2, 2007, 01:07 PM||#1|
Recovering ibook data
My ibook g4 (1.42, 14") died recently - I tried a few fixes, they worked for 30minutes or so, then it died again. Seems to be one of these logic board/graphics cards solder problems. Anyway, while it annoyed me quite a bit, it was a couple of years old and allows me to justify buying a macbook (when apple get around to releasing leopard).
I had been making regular backups of my drive using carbon copy cloner, but the last time I did it was about 2 months ago. Not devastating, but ideally I'd like to get most recent stuff back as well.
Is there an easy way to get data from the ibook g4 or am I resigned to ripping open the case, removing the HD and buying a ATA/USB adaptor?
Mac: Macbook, 2.16C2D, 2Gb, 120Gb, OSX 10.5
PC: Athlon64 3400+, 1Gb, 2x160Gb, Nvidia 6600GT, XP SP2 / Ubuntu 7.10
iPhone: 8Gb, 1.1.1 unlocked
|Oct 5, 2007, 05:23 AM||#2|
There are a few different ways.
Some things are better mad...
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