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IMac Processor O.K., I recently upgraded my Blue/White '98 Mac memory with one memory module and have been told there is a second one located UNDER the processor. Darned if I can locate it and assume that processor would have to be pulled first. I'd like to tackle it but have no manual showing this procedure. Any info/direction/help would be appreciated. wolfandbunny@hotmail.com

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    Wow! Now that was quick! Hopefully I'll be as quick to make this change! Thanks!

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You can check this link for the steps on how to do that http://www.scribd.com/doc/103447/iMac-G3-Disassembly-Guide

Hope that helps.............

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This might help http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=111809

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Yes the processor has to be pulled first .the memory is located under it.lift the processor and remove the memmory. its very simple.you can do it easily in 1 minite.

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