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

iBook - iBook RAM?


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Does anyone know if I can replace the built-in 256 MB RAM chip that comes installed with my iBook (G4, 1.07Ghz)?

Sorry if been asked before, I couldn't find a thread to help!
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I just found out that it is soldered onto the logic board!
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That is correct.. It is soldered to the board, therefore you can't take it off.. That's like my iBook. It has 512mb soldered to the board, expandable to 1.5gb, which I'm going to do soon, I think.
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