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Yikes hard drive upgrade
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Aug 4, 2005, 11:23 AM
any suggestions as to what I can put in an old Yikes G4 that will work with the Ultra ATA-33 controller?

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Aug 4, 2005, 11:40 AM
Anything below 128GB, and ATA drive will do. I installed a 30GB and a 80GB in my gf's Yikes (3 in total, counting the original 10GB drive), and works fine. The drives I installed are ATA100 IDE's. The drives will run at ATA-33 speeds.

Check the PowerMac Storage thread for a lot of usefull info, you'll find any answers there.

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