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pollytintop, the 6th gen logic board actually has 2 holes through the board, it does screw to the mid frame, which the 5th gen does not have. Also, the power management IC on the 6th gen is on the bottom left corner versus the top left for the 5th gen. For the USB-to-Zif I use this type http://www.ebay.com/itm/Micro-IDE-1-8-ZIF-CE-50-Pin-to-Mini-USB-Adapter-Cable-/270973473354?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f1747124a The 6th gen uses a different display and the connector is offset, just a few millimeter but enough to give you trouble. Image 1 is a 5th gen logic board and image 2 a Classic(6th) gen. Personally I'd stick with the 5th gen. As for your error 1434, there are a few possibilities, like a drive previously formatted under windows now not being seen by a Mac, a password protection, as well as a bad drive. This is where the USB-to-Zif will come in handy :-) Hope this helps, good luck.
pollytintop, the 6th gen logic board actually has 2 holes through the board, it does screw to the mid frame, which the 5th gen does not have. Also, the power management IC on the 6th gen is on the bottom left corner versus the top left for the 5th gen. For the USB-to-Zif I use this type http://www.ebay.com/itm/Micro-IDE-1-8-ZIF-CE-50-Pin-to-Mini-USB-Adapter-Cable-/270973473354?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f1747124a The 6th gen uses a different display and the connector is offset, just a few millimeter but enough to give you trouble. Image 1 is a 5th gen logic board and image 2 a Classic(6th) gen. Personally I'd stick with the 5th gen. As for your error 1434, there are a few possibilities, like a drive previously formatted under windows now not being seen by a Mac, a password protection, as well as a bad drive. This is where the USB-to-Zif will come in handy :-) Hope this helps, good luck.
 
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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: oldturkey03 ,

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pollytintop, the 6th gen logic board actually has 2 holes through the board, it does screw to the mid frame, which the 5th gen does not have. Also, the power management IC on the 6th gen is on the bottom left corner versus the top left for the 5th gen. For the USB-to-Zif I use this type http://www.ebay.com/itm/Micro-IDE-1-8-ZIF-CE-50-Pin-to-Mini-USB-Adapter-Cable-/270973473354?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f1747124a The 6th gen uses a different display and the connector is offset, just a few millimeter but enough to give you trouble. Image 1 is a 5th gen logic board and image 2 a Classic(6th) gen. Personally I'd stick with the 5th gen. Hope this helps, good luck.

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