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

More RAM in Powerbook


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Ok, first off i've already upgraded the RAM under the panel on my Powerbook G4 12" and i was wondering if it's possible to upgrade the other internal RAM, any help would be great cheers. LBM
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unfortunately .. the PowerBook G4 12" models only have the 1 slot for upgrade.. unless
you want to do some serious surface mount soldering and searching for the right chips the
onboard memory of 128/256/512 mb can not be upgraded.. and even then not sure
if the system would see it correctly.

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