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Ram on an i-book

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hi all,

does any one know where i can buy ram for an i-book and how easy it is to put in? or is it easiest/cheapest to just have it put in right when i buy my i-book?

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to buy memory

for installation procedure

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it is not to hard to put in, its under the key board, you need to get so-dimm laptop

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i recommend i just bought a gig for my ibook for $103.28 AWSOME way over priced the gig but if you just want 512 just order it with it

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how do you find iBook RAM on NewEgg? I'm trying to find RAM for my PowerBook but I can't find SODIMMs there. Or am I just not looking right?
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how do you find iBook RAM on NewEgg? I'm trying to find RAM for my PowerBook but I can't find SODIMMs there. Or am I just not looking right?
You have to go click on see all categories and then find the ram section. There should be a link there for notebook ram.
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That was the first thing I did when i got my iBook. Its really easy just make sure you push that sucker in there good or you will have to try to put it in again. I had to put mine in three times cause I was afraid of breakin it before it showed up.

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yeah is the ONLY way to go, they have a stick of 256 for around $25, that same price in compusa would be nearly $100.
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