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How do i put n more memory for my imac

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How do I install memory on my 2010 iMac?

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Note that there is a notch in the edge of the memory module that needs to match up with the 'bump' of the available memory slot inside the computer.

  1. Gently, but firmly slide the memory into the slot, making sure that the notch/bump line up.
  2. When the memory stops sliding easily, use one hand to hold the iMac steady and use the other hand to firmly push the memory securely into the slot.
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  4. If it won't go in any further, DO NOT FORCE IT! (Don't used ANYTHING to 'pound' them into the slots!)
  5. Slide it back out and make sure the notch in the memory lines up with the bump inside the computer and try again.
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  7. Slide the plastic tabs back in place the way that you found them.
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Hi there,

That sounds like it would fix it. Have you recently updated the memory in the imac? It may be incompatable. Otherwise it may simply have become faulty over time.

Please make sure that before you open up your imac, you're not voiding your warrenty. I know that the aluminium imacs allow this, but i dont think the G4 versions do.

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