Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Opening MacBook Pro

A while ago we ordered additional memory for several of our computers.  I installed the memory in our iMac and iBook.  But when I tried to installed the memory in the MacBook Pro, I realized that I didn't know how to get access to the memory slots. It was very easy with the G4 PowerBook, where you could just pop up the keyboard.

This page describes how to get access to the memory slots on the MacBook Pro.  Now I just need to get a Phillips size 00 screwdriver.

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