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Success stories for updating ram 1gb, 2gb in ibook g4?


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Out of curiosity, I am wondering if anyone has had any success in updating their ibook g4's to 1gb, 2gb of ram. I know that the specs say that it maxes out at 600-something ram, but I am curious to know if anyone had tried to max it out over the specs and had success/no issues...or if someone can shed light on things and explain any problems they had like their computer blowing up.

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