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Going to replace the RAM in my MacBook but don't have a small enough screwdriver around. Any tips on stuff that I could use insted? Or am I just to wait till tomorrow and go buy a real screwdriver?

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Let's see... if you take a chocolate candy bar (no nuts), melt it, mix in some baking soda, then you might have an adequate substitute for C4 explosive.

That, or a big sticky mess.
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Get a real screwdriver: The tiny screws are really easy to strip and damage if you're not careful...
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Definitely get a real screwdriver.
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Guess I'll just have to wait then... ;-). Thanks for the answers.

Also you lifeisabeach haha.
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