Hi. My old G4 Powerbook died completely several months (well, over a year) ago, and I'd like to salvage the data on the harddrive. Nothing of major importance, but there are some files on there that I hadn't backed up. I have seen threads and tutorials elsewhere, but they mostly concern newer Macbook Pro models. I'm wondering if removing the harddrive form my G4 Powerbook and putting in an external harddrive enclosure is something straight-forward and achievable for someone that has seldom looked at the guts of a computer. My only concern is preserving the contents of the harddrive, I doubt that the computer itself (which is completely unresponsive) is worth anything. Any help or suggestions much appreciated!