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    mbp 15 2009, mbp 13 2010
    upgrade ram, do battery has to be removed ?
    upgrading my mid 2010 mac book ram to 8gb, does the battery needs to be removed to install the ram ?

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    Way... way too many specs to list.
    Nope, unscrew the screws that hold the bottom on and the memory is exposed.
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    mbp 15 2009, mbp 13 2010
    just to double check is the right one for mbp mid 2010 13 in
    Mfr Part Number: M471B5273CH0-CF8
    Type: DDR3 SODIMM
    Capacity: 4GB
    Speed: PC3-8500, 1066MHz
    Pins: 204pin
    ECC: No
    Registered: No
    Chip: Samsung

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    15" MBP, 2.5GHz i7, 750GB, 6770M 1GB, iPad 3, iPhone 4, custom PC
    yep, fine.
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