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  1. Found a very unspecific listing on gumtree for a late 2009 macbook with no photo, I decided to go for it, after the seller said it was 2.4ghz, 2gb ram and white, I believed the only possible macbook it could be was a mid 2010. I was right and all my parts to fix its battery and trackpad were from a late 2009, but they were compatible. It now runs sierra and is pretty fast. It has a 256mb geforce 320m. Doesnt look the nicest but is quite ok, especially for $50, thats $37.90 USD and it came with a dodgy looking but working charger. My plans are to glue the cracks, get a new trackpad that works 1
  2. I'm probably some sort of goof for trying to make this happen, but I recently acquired a mid-2006? black Macbook A1181 with a Core Duo T2500 onboard, and it's pretty wrecked. I have to replace the entire top casing and bottom casing, optical drive (which will probably get a hard drive adapter) and the heatsink fan as that's gone sticky... Thanks Sunon. I've looked and it seems there's been interest in the far past in replacing the logic board in these suckers with something newer, and to that extent, more efficient. I'm perfectly comfortable and able to do a logic board swap, as I've had to d
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