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You need to tell me which Macbook you have by providing me your computer's serial number. You can find serial number by going to Apple Menu"Blue Apple on top left corner" and selecting "about this Mac", then clicking on "more info".

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I do not believe you can upgrade to 1TB on a macbook.It depends on the model macbook you have (how old it is). If it is a 2009-2010 model you can put in 2 4G memory modules for a maximum of 8 MG on the latest macbook pros (2009 -2010). 2008 models take 4 MG max. Here is a good link to look at from Apple which I believe will give you just the answers you are looking for: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1270.
http://www.product-reviews.net/2010/03/26/apple-macbook-pro-1tb-hard-drive-upgrade/ This is an interesting article about a company who will upgrade your MAC harddrive to 1TB. However the maximum memory for newest model Macbooks is, as I said above 8 MB.

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Leave the Macbook air turned on until the battery goes dead. Then Connect to power and start it up. That should solve the problem. You problem was caused by not letting an update install in full.

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Hello! The MacBook Pro you have mentioned can only support 4GB's total. 2GB's in the first slot, and 2GB's on the second slot.

What you may have seen by accident was that you can purchase either a 4GB kit, or a 2GB kit. Meaning a 4GB kit with 2 2GB sticks, or a 2GB kit with 2 1GB sticks.

Your best bet is to go with a 2GB stick in each slot to max out your MacBook Pro. 2GB's is the largest each slot can read.

For more information, check out the website below which has very detailed information on memory for various systems.

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Did you use PC2-5300 200 Pin DDR2 SODIMM. One problem could be that the RAM is PC rather than PC2, a very easy mistake.
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