I dont think its possible.thestaton said:I don't know about you guys but 100gigs is not that much these days. Is there anyway to add a hard drive in place of the dvd player?
Ahem, Firewire 800, ahem. Hehe, yeah Firewire 800 would be the way to go with Externals, the MBP's they have the 800 don't they? Well the 17" does. If you have the 15", get Firewire 400 if you'll be working on stuff and writing/reading data from the drive. Firewire actually bypasses the CPU which doesn't do overkill when working on CPU intensive projects. USB relies on the CPU though, so that's why its not really faster unless you're just sitting there.miles01110 said:It's not possible, there is only one jack for the HD cable, which is currently occupied.
I'm sure in the upcoming months the capacity of 2.5'' drives will increase by at least 50% to over 200 GB. In the mean time, you could buy yourself an external drive.
You are absolutely right, no other mac system, except for the towers and desktops, have been capable of holding 2 or more HDD. Guess in the iMac G3's you could remove the CDROM and see if a HDD would fit... power would be the issue... just get a splitter.Josias said:I know the PB G3's had two slots for battery and optical drives, but I've never heard of a Mac with more than one HDD, except of course PowerMac's.