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MacBook Pro - Adding RAM

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I have the original design 15 inch macbook pro (bought last year), and it has 2GB RAM. I would like to add 2 more GB of ram (total of 4GB RAM). Would I just have to buy 2GB of RAM? (two 1 GB sticks?) Where should I buy it?
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No - you will need 2 x 2gb of ram. Buy from
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