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    Quote Originally Posted by spec09 View Post
    XP 32-bit only supports up to 3 gigs. Actually 2.73 i think, which puts the rest of the ram into use trying to figure out what the extra ram needs to do. So unless you're 64-bit, you're only going to see 3 gigs or so max. It sucks, but that's windows for ya.
    According to Appleinsider's report it's 3.2GB on either Mac or Windows 32bit systems
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    32 Bit, @ Spec09 - will this cause a problem with the obsolete 1GB Ram on XP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBird View Post
    32 Bit, @ Spec09 - will this cause a problem with the obsolete 1GB Ram on XP?
    even tho it's not aimed at me, clarify plz.

    1GB of RAM is more than enough to run XP. (256MB for limited usage if i recall correctly)

    and no, 1GB is well within the 3.2GB limit of 32bit addressing problems...
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    Wikinerd do you have any idea on this one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBird View Post
    Wikinerd do you have any idea on this one?
    Not sure what you mean by "obsolete 1GB"....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBird View Post
    Hey,

    What would be the max MEMORY capacity for this type of Mac Book, i have read somewhere it is 2GB and somewhere else 4GB, has anyone got a definitive answer...
    I bought 4GB of memory and got the SOS beeping upon reboot. which indicates that it is needing new firm ware update, so I took the memory out and put in a 2GB chip in the slot closest to the side of the computer and put the original 1 GB Chip in the other slot. It worked fine with 3 gigs of RAM. Works for me and no more fuss.

 

 
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