1278 Views 10 Replies Latest reply: May 25, 2007 2:21 PM by mawam
Yes, the MacBook only has 2 slots for RAM, and they're all occupied. You can't use the original sticks. You have to buy 2 1GB sticks. You were all right about these.
See this page for installation instructions.
Hello! I have just bought my first Mac, it is a black Macbook. And now I want to uppgrade my memory to 2x1024MB.
I have checked out thease ones:
Will they work? Which ones do you recommend?
Macbook, Black Mac OS X (10.4.9) -
Yes that memory will work, but I think that link you sent is for 1 x 1 GiB stick, and if so the price is very expensive. For comparison, if you were to buy the same memory at Crucial (which is a reputable supplier) it would cost you around €50 including shipping, so approximately 464 SEK.
If you were to buy 2 x 1 GiB sticks from Crucial, which you need if you want 2 GiB RAM in total, then it will cost about €92 or 846 SEK, inclusive of shipping.
Here are the links:
2 GiB kit (2 x 1 GiB sticks): http://snipurl.com/1m3fx
1 GiB stick: http://snipurl.com/1m3fz
Hope this helps.
Ok then. Well i found the same memory for a smaler price:
2x341 sek = 682kr total for 2x1024MB so that is as cheep as you can find them (here i sweden anyway)
I just wanted to verify that i had picked the right model.
I`ve heard and read that you should not pick Crosair for Macbook but Kingston will work fine.
The Crucial memorys you are reffering to i cant find dealers for here in sweden and i dont want to buy from another country.
But thanks for the help anyway!