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Thread Upgrading memory on a G4 1.5 GHz Powerbook

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manike

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1 Posted on 01/07/2005 at 00:36:02
Can anyone give me advice about changing the memory myself in my notebook. I am going to upgrade from (2X 256MHz) 512 to 1Gig memory. I am a bit skeptical about doing it myself. has anyone done this on the new G4 themselves? Was it simple or is it better to have a professional do it? Never tried it before. :rolleyes:
manowar

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2 Posted on 01/07/2005 at 08:31:29
Don't do it by yourself! You can change or upgrade Ram in home Pc but not in laptop.
Riverdog

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3 Posted on 10/04/2006 at 19:06:23
Ram is easy to change on the G4...
Just remove the bottom plate / GROUND yourself and pop it in...

Changing a Hard Drive??? (Ewwww!) That's BAD...
Complete dissassembly! It's Horrid!
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