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I am looking for second-hand spare parts for an Apple Mac Mini 1.25 G4 desktop in Melbourne, Australia ... in particular the Airport Extreme cable and antenna ... very distinctive to this model. Or I'll go the new replacement part route, or even airmail from The States, but I don't want to wait weeks. Any solution?

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The only place I would start is e-bay or there is a site called geeks.com you can try. Good luck ..Be mucho blessed..Mark

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  • The host name is your computer's name
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