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    Jun 28, 2009
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    powerbook g4 ram?
    hi all im am soon going to be acquiring a 12" powerbook g4 from a member on this very forum. it is a 1.33ghz, 1.25 ram 250 gb hdd, my ? is what is the max ram this thing can take. im pretty sure the hd is topped out at 250gb...

    thanks in advance...


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    Oct 18, 2008
    Not sure the max amount but I'm thinking it is 2gigs. because I have the very same laptop and I believe I have 2 gigs of ram in it. (Had to order a new charger off of ebay, so it's on the way so I can't check right now. And a btw apple still wants $75 for the charger for the powerbooks)

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    Feb 02, 2004
    You are already at the maximum RAM for that machine.

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    oh wow really cool than. thanks for the help

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