10-01-2009, 01:57 PM #1
how much RAM can a mid 07 macbook handle?
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- Oct 01, 2009
I bought a macbook back in June of 07 and am wanting to upgrade the RAM.
I've gotten different answers as to how much it can handle: the apple expert customer service rep saying only 2G, and this website Apple MacBook Memory DDR2 667MHz up to 4.0GB and up to 500GB Internal Hard Drive upgrades too (recommended by an apple employee) saying up to 3G.
If anyone knows for sure what the deal is that would be great. Thanks!
10-01-2009, 02:21 PM #2
Your MacBook can hold 4 gig...but only address 3 gig of it.
And before you ask, "Why will it hold 4 gig, but only address 3gig."...read this:
Why are the MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" models limited to 3 GB of memory? If I install dual 2 GB modules, why won't I be able to use 4 GB of RAM? @ EveryMac.com
Hope this helps,
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