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PowerBook - Upgrade RAM G4 1ghz HELP PLEASE!


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Hi there,

My girlfriend has a Powerbook G4 1ghz 768MB DDR SDRAM

I recently upgraded my macbook pro to 4gbs.

Can i use my old memory in hers? (2 x 1gb PC2 5300S)

Crucial.com says her laptop maxes out at 2 512 memory.


Any answers?


thank you,
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No - completely different RAM requirements...

Check here for the specs:

Apple PowerBook G4 Specs @ EveryMac.com
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