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I just recently put more memory into my macbook (used to be 2GB, upgraded to 4GB). I am wondering if I can use the the memory I took out of my macbook for other uses.
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Like for instance what other uses?

It is yours, reckon you can do anything with it you want.

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I am wondering if I can use the the memory I took out of my macbook for other uses.
Sure you can. As long as the ram you removed is compatible with the "other uses".

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