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Installing Ram cartridges

I am a beginner,should I attempt this

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Do worry buddy go on and replace the ram. It will cause no harm.
Just check that when you have installed them whether they are properly fixed in position or not and locked in place or not.
thats it. It will be a good experience.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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Have you installed any RAM into this iBook Before? One way to double check that you have the correct RAM is to take the one out that is alreay in there and line them up and see if the width and height are the same. Critical is to see if the little grove is in exactly the same place, when you have the two sticks of RAM lined up with the Pins facing each other and the edges of the RAM also line up.

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