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

What kind of Ram dose a Ibook have?


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Hello I been trying to find Ram for my Ibook but I don't know what kind of Memory it takes. Right now it has 256MB's and i seen you can upgrade it to 640Mb's. Can someone give me a link for the memory.
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What model iBook????

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Sorry i forgot that their are lots of different Ibooks. Mine is a Ibook G3 Dual USB.
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According to MacTracker, the iBook Dual USB has 1 PC-100 3.3V 144-pin SO-DIMM slot.

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