Serviceability of Macbooks

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  1. notwist

    notwist Active Member

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    Finally went down to the Pier at Caesar's in AC and picked up a Black Macbook (standard config, still sitting in its box). I'm just curious; how hard is it to plop in an extra stick of memory? I've heard that older Mac notebooks were a pain in terms of serviceability :confused:
     
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    memory upgrade is a snap & the hard drive upgrade is easier now too. I upgraded my macbooks drive from the standard 60 to a 120
     
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    I've read that the 1gig notebooks come with 2 512mb sticks. They also have 4 memory slots right? :hs:
     
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