2.26 or 2.4 GHz / White plastic unibody enclosure

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Will 2010 logic board fit in 2009 white unibody?

I have a late 2009 white unibody Macbook 2.26Ghz with broken logic board an was wondering if it's possible to replace it with the current 2.4Ghz white unibody logic board?

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I just found the answer to my own question, and I found it on iFixit :o

2009 logic board:

MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342) 2.26 GHz Logic Board

2010 logic board:

MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342) 2.4 GHz Logic Board

For both it says:

Compatibility:

All Unibody (Model A1342) 13" MacBooks

So it does fit! This is great :D

(for comparison, with the Airport (2009) card is says:

Compatibility:

2.26 GHz Unibody (Model No. A1342) 13" MacBooks

So this is different from 'All A1342')

(Edit: For some reason I'm not allowd to put enters in my text to make it look better....)

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I would ask someone like www.welovemacs.com before buying. Here are the differences in the two machines, It looks like the swap may work with the exception of the trackpad. http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/ma...

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The guys from welovemacs weren't weather or not it would work.

I did some comparison form pictures, and it seems like it could fit. Most important question:

Are all screwholes and connectors at the exact same spot (and same connector)?

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I'm right in the middle of tearing down the 2.26 GHz right now and noted that the teardown is the same on for both machines.

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