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i want to upgrade memory in G3 500Mhz ibook. crucial claims that you can remove the base 64Mb card and replace with 512Mb card, therefore having 1024 MB if the card in second slot is 512Mb. i read in apple support that the base 64Mb card is soldered in place. how is it removable?

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