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Hey, guys!

I am going to install (or have installed) more RAM into my 14" ibook.. if it's even possible, though I think it is because I see a slot for another RAM chip in my system profiler.

Anyway, I was thinking about a 1gb RAM chip so I would have 1.25gb of RAM.

I have a few questions regarding my purchase:

1) Would I buy a 200 pin chip? This is the most common that I've seen on websites when looking for iBook RAM.

2) Can I replace (or have replaced) my built in RAM chip with a 1gb also? it's currently 256mb and it would be rad to have that much RAM!

Ok, thanks!
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