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Hi

I just got my first Mac and would like to upgrade the memory I am told I have a second Generation unit with 2 512 modules at 667mhz
I want to buy two 1gb modules. My question is "how hard is it to install yourself ? what do you have to do ????

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extremely easy to install memory in a MacBook. Instructions are on Apple's website. Just make sure you have the right screwdriver (a really small one)
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It's very easy. Just follow the instructions, and you'll be ready to use those new RAM sticks

I, myself will be upgrading my RAM

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In fact, there are instructions under your battery Took me 10 minutes, 7 of which were spent finding the screwdriver.
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Took me 10 minutes, 7 of which were spent finding the screwdriver.
How slow were you walking?

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It was under the sofa in the end...
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Thanks Guy's I guess I will give it a go so.....
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