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Hi, I just upgraded my macbook pro (mbp5,1 MBP51.007E.B00) from 2gb 1066mhz ddr3 to 4gb 1066mhz ddr3

I Also have a macbook (mb4,1 MB41.00C1.B00) with only 1 gb 667mhz ddr2 ram

Im guessing my recently replaced 2gb sticks wont be compatible with my old macbook but am looking for some expert confirmation. =P

Cheers Jah
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DDR3 will not fit in the MB. It has to be the new Unibody MB to fit.

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