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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

MacBook - is it possible?


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does anyone know if the original black macbook i.e. (80gb HDD) that came out in the middle of 2006 is able to handle 4gb of memory?

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I believe the older MBs are only able to utilize somewhere around 3.2gb of RAM. You can install 4gb, but only 3 will be utilized. Only the 2007 "Santa Rosa" MBs can utilize the full 4gb.
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According to 'MacTracker' the MacBook which came out May'06 to Nov'06 2GHz. The Maximum Ram is 2 GB

The later MacBook Nov'06 to May 07. 2 GB Apple. 3 GB Maximum.

~ 13" MacBook Air. OSX 10.9 ~ iPad 2 & iPhone ~
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