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

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Hi,

I'm thinking about upgrading the RAM in my ibook. I have found 1x1gb ddr2-667 memory, and am not sure if this will be fine. When you try to upgrade your memory on the apple store it comes in sets of two. With this new memory can I just add it to the existing 512mb RAM that came with the ibook?

Also is it easy to put the RAM in?

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G'day goofyno7 & welcome to Mac-Forums.

I found this info on Apples website relating to upgrading RAM and other parts in an iBook.

This link is helpful in identifying your iBooks RAM.
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to put ram into the mac book you need to take out the battery, remove the metal face plate and push it in... its pretty simple
You can never have to much ram

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