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I have a 14" iBook, and I am going to buy a MacBook (not Pro). I bought this memory:
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Will it work in the new MacBook?

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No it will not. If you read the specs you will see that the iBooks used older PC2700 memory which is DDR333. The new Macbook uses the newer DDR2 standard.
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I'll just sell it with the iBook then. Thanks.
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One other thing. Right now, I need a USB Bluetooth adapter to use a wireless keyboard. Will I need that adapter to use the keyboard with the MacBook?
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shouldn't; I believe bluetooth is built in and is standard.


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The Macbook has Bluetooth built in. On the Memory on the Macbook, they are using it in pairs. There are 2x256Meg DDR2 Dimms installed. It would be best to keep the memory in pairs.
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