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

Mermory for ibook G4


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Hello,

I want to upgrade the memory in my G4 ibook. the memory off the apple site is quite expensive. Can you use any memory that is 512mb SODIMM PC2100 200pin or dos it have to be from a certain manufacturer?
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www.crucial.com
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does putting non apple memory in the mac notebooks void the applecare warranty??
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does putting non apple memory in the mac notebooks void the applecare warranty??
Not unless the memory or installation causes the damage. Apple doesn't manufacturer its memory anyway, so technicaly all memory is "non-Apple". Try checking out MacSolutions.com - I had a good experience purchasing my RAM there.

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IMHO, Crucial is the way to go.
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corsair memmory is good
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I purchased my memory from an online company called Omni-technologies [http://omnitechnologies.biz/]. Great ram at a great price w/ fast shipping and friendly service. Can't beat that
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