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is powerbook ram just simple so-dimm pc2700 ram? or does apple have some special super duper unique ram?
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is powerbook ram just simple so-dimm pc2700 ram? or does apple have some special super duper unique ram?
Nope, just simple ram. try crucial .
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awesome thanks.
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