1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 25, 2010 7:33 AM by michaelryan55
Carrielovsmacs Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
Can I add memory to my Macbook Air? I keep getting the warring that my startup disc is near full and I have to restart often, is I add memory (if that is a possibility) will that get rid of my problem?

I have a Macbook Air with a 1.6 Intel core 2 Duo with 2GB 667 Mhz purchased March 2009.

Macbook Air, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • michaelryan55 Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
    If you are getting the warning that your startup disk is nearing capacity, you are in need of more hard drive space. Memory refers to RAM. Deleting items from your hard drive, or storing them on an external drive and deleting them from the internal drive, will solve the message you are getting.

    The memory on your MacBook Air is fixed at 2 GB and cannot be upgraded; however, it is possible to install a new, larger hard drive as the startup disk in your Air. However, it should probably be done at an Apple service provider, as attempting the repair could render your Applecare warranty useless.