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How to Build a Working PC in a Mac Classic Case

Over at Instructables, they’ve put together a guide to building a usable PC inside an ancient Macintosh Classic Case.

Essentially, the guide shows you how to take a Netbook, a few supplies, and a bunch of tools—and turn it all into a working PC inside of the Mac Classic. It’s probably not a job for non-geeks, but then you’d have to be seriously geeky to even attempt something like this.

PC in a Macintosh Classic Case

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  • Published 10/2/10

Comments (2)

  1. Hatryst

    The 1984 mac with a 2010 apple keyboard :D

  2. will

    I did this a few years ago with mine, I made MacTrack. Backtrack linux inside an old mac case, I ended up installing Debian , but gonna go back to Backtrack again soon for a pentesting box.

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