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

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Hello,

I have a MacBook Pro 13'inch, late September 2009 model. However, how can I find the exact model number? I have looked on my box and can't identify which model I have.

The reason is because I have purchased 4GB RAM for my MacBook so it makes sense to sell the 2GB of RAM that came with it on eBay.

Will this RAM work for multiple Mac machines? I'm looking for the best description to sell it!

Thanks for any advice/information,
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If you boot up the Mac, click on the Apple icon in the menu bar, select About This Mac then in that window click the More Info button.

The new window that pops up, in the hardware area, (which is the default highlighted entry) it will tell you the model, processor, memory amount and bus speed. If you go down to the Memory entry under hardware it will tell you specific information about the memory modules you have installed.

The memory in your MBP should be compatible with multiple models.

My Macs: 2012 Non-Retina 15" MBP; Mac mini G4, 1.25 GHz, 512m ram (server); Late 2011 11" MBA, 1.8GHz i7, 4Gig Ram, 256Gig SSD, HD3000; Powerbook 12" G4 1.33GHz running Debian as a server; Apple TV (1080p version)
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Thank you very much, that's perfect!
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