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What kind of screwdriver do i need for my MacBook?


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specifically, to put my new RAM sticks in?

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You need a precision set, I think www.radtech.us has a toolkit for the apple notebooks.
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the actual size is 00
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any small eye glass screw driver that you can buy at any store (walmart, pathmar, cvs, walgreens, etc.)

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I used a 3/64th flat head for my Mac Book Pro.
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yyyyyep. thanks!

i forgot that i have drill bits in my toolkit, including this one.



2gb RAM = ****DROOL****

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2gb RAM = ****DROOL****
Awesome, now post setup pictures in the official thread...see sig
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Vodka (Stoly) and orange juice (fresh) plus two drops of lime juice over ice in a short glass = screwdriver. Whatever you do after that comes out fine.
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Vodka (Stoly) and orange juice (fresh) plus two drops of lime juice over ice in a short glass = screwdriver. Whatever you do after that comes out fine.

two drops of lime! thats old skool.

i'm a bar manager.

i bet you put bitters in your manhattans too :O
t3h Old Skool!

have you trying stoli oranj? its fabulous in soda or fresh oj.

and this 2 gb's of RAM is BLAZING fast.
best 168 bucks i've spent in a LOOOOooong time.

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two drops of lime! thats old skool.

i'm a bar manager.

i bet you put bitters in your manhattans too :O
t3h Old Skool!

have you trying stoli oranj? its fabulous in soda or fresh oj.

and this 2 gb's of RAM is BLAZING fast.
best 168 bucks i've spent in a LOOOOooong time.
Might have known I'd step in it! In defense, I am old....skool, that is. I put 2gbs in my iMac so you'd know I agree with you. Also, I lied. I use Jewel of Russia. Just trying to entertain the masses.
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