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I'm getting a MacBook and just want to ask a lil but of questions?

1. Will a 1 gb ram do fine for me as i start out?

2. Would it better to update to 4 gb ram instead of 2 gb because
The macbook im getting supports up to 4 gb ram.

3. Will a i be able to connect my 360 xbox hd dvd player to my MacBook?

4. Weres the best deal to buy rams/accessories for macbook online ?

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1. Depends on what you plan on doing, but in general 1 gb is fine. Plus if you want to upgrade dont use apple, buy 3rd party ram it is much cheaper.
2. Again depends on what you are doing. If you plan on using heavy programs the more ram is always nice.
3. Hopefully someone else can help you here.
4. lots of people here use newegg. I use crucial ram, so i buy it straight from them.

Hope this helps.
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I'm getting a MacBook and just want to ask a lil but of questions?

1. Will a 1 gb ram do fine for me as i start out?

2. Would it better to update to 4 gb ram instead of 2 gb because
The macbook im getting supports up to 4 gb ram.

3. Will a i be able to connect my 360 xbox hd dvd player to my MacBook?

4. Weres the best deal to buy rams/accessories for macbook online ?

Thank you
I dont believe a macbook will support the hd dvd. Not because it is an xbox one but because hd dvd's use a different code that Tiger or Leopard don't support.
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