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Ram Question fer teh BOOK!


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Ok, I wan to have a total of 768 ram i think it is, (what ever was on apple's site)


Does this mean i need a 512 stick? or what, because it says it has 256 "Built in"

its a G4, 1.2 ghz 12 inch ibook
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yea, 512+256=768.
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yea, 512+256=768.


So i should just buy the 512 module from crucial? I dont even have a manual on my ibook... i dont know how to or where to install it =/

(Im sorry for being such a newb at this)
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its really easy, buy it from crucial or owc and post for installation instructions when you have it ready to install.
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Ok thanks
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ok , i also have a question about battery life, is there a way to get more out of your battery? because i am going to be going on a 8 hour flight with a over lay. Or is there a 3rd party battery out there that will last longer?
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also irish when you take off you keyboard there will hbe a diagram that shows you how.. but it is symple to do..
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ok , i also have a question about battery life, is there a way to get more out of your battery? because i am going to be going on a 8 hour flight with a over lay. Or is there a 3rd party battery out there that will last longer?
If you really must use it for the whole 8 hours, then simple: buy another battery.
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ah , i was hoping there was a cheaper way, my bank acc. is "lacking" now that i bought the iBook.
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