I have a question concerning memory upgrades on the Mac-Mini 1.83GHz C2D. Some specs state that the 2GBs of DDR2 PC5300 I currently have installed is the maximum memory that the system can handle. There are other sites, though, that state that the system can actually support up to a 4GB kit of the same memory. Has anyone out there had any experience with upgrading to 4GB
My faithful and trusted Intel Mac mini 1.83 C2D that I bought new in December 2007 suddenly died during a major 10.6.3 update install. It almost completed the update and the screen went black and the light went off instantly. The power button doesn't respond at all. I had major work projects going on Sunday night when I took a break, quit all applications and did the software update and it died. I took it to the Apple Store Monday morning thinking it was the power supply. I was informed that the logic board is dead and my HD has to be wiped and OS X reinstalled. The repair would cost well over $300 and have a 90 day warranty with the same logic board installed that could fail again. Ironically enough, I had been thinking about buying another new Mac mini and a new Mac mini Server for work. That's not going to happen now. I left the Apple store with my new $600 paper weight for my desk. What would you do? This was a sad day in my faith in Apple products. Apple Mac mini lemon? While my 500Mhz Cube serves me very well day to day at work, I do need my 10.6 Mac mini to run iMovie '09 to put together my videos for [URL]
I want to replace the Combo drive that's in my 1.83GHz Core2Duo Mini with a Superdrive - has anyone got any suggestions for a UK store that sells one for less than ?40? All I can find are SATA ones, and I think I need a (P)ATA one?
how to obtain a bigger memory for my imac so that I can upgrade to OSX LIon and then to icloud? My imac currently has 1 Gb memory and I need 2 Gb apparently. Apple can no longer supply a 2 Gb memory. I will need to knowe hwre to buy a suitable memory and how to change it.
Just upgraded my Late 2009 Mini to 4gb of RAM and its running a lot better. Therefore I have the left over 2gb ram which I am selling on eBay. Check out the Link if you guys are interested..
Also...... I'm looking to connect the Mini to my HDMI TV. I've heard of getting an adapter but im not sure which one to get. I've also heard of no audio output in these adapters too. I have a late 2009 Mini but the miniDVI port is being used so the miniDisplayPort is available. Can anyone post a link to a adapter that will work and is under $20.
I'm about to receive a new Macbook (2.0 Ghz Unibody). I was wondering if I should consider upgrading RAM to 4 GB. Is crucial the best place to buy RAM upgrades? I'll only be using Office, Photoshop and Aperture on the Macbook (and maybe some games).
I have a macbook A1342 and I want to upgrade my memory ram fron 2GB to 4GB or 8 GB if the utter is possible. Which is the maximum memory upgrade in this model of Macbook and can I use memories DDR3 1333 Mhz instead of 1067 Mhz?
I'm looking to upgrade my white, early 2006 MacBook (1,1) 13" 2gb memory. 2.0 GHz Core Duo processor. 80gb hard drive.Can I upgrade my memory to 4gb? I've seen some people say yes, others say no...Also- can I upgrade to a SSD hard drive? If so...which one?Any other upgrades I can make to get a few more years out of it? (I don't use it often enough to justify buying a new MacBook... I use my iPhone 4S and new iPad for most day to day tasks.
I want to upgrade memory on my MBP with model no: MD313LL/ late 2011 to 8gb.What is the best ram to upgrade and how to do it. In crucial, I only found the 16gb ram. url...Can I upgrade to 8gb which is compatible to early 2011? url..
Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
I was watching a DVD movie on this laptop yesterday, and when I turned my laptop and this morning to continued watching, the DVD randomly ejected. It's not scratched, and no it's not pirated. I tried different brands of CDs and DVDs, and my laptop just spits them out.
I was wondering what is the max memory that I can put on my iBook G4. My G4 (12 inch) has 128 MB DDR SDRAM soldered in place and has a 800 MHz PowerPC G4 Processor. I was wondering what is the most memory I could install and what is recommended? Also I am only running Mac OS X Version 10.4.11. Is it possible for me to update to 10.5 or higher? Sometimes when running videos on google video or youtube it gets choppy and lags what fixes this problem. A message pops up about quicktime not up to date but I try and do a software update and it says that my software is up to date could this be because of the older software?
Hardware Overview: Machine Name:iBook G4 Machine Model:PowerBook6,3 CPU Type:PowerPC G4 (3.3) Number Of CPUs:1 CPU Speed:800 MHz L2 Cache (per CPU):256 KB Memory:256 MB Bus Speed:133 MHz
Black Macbook 2.4 with 2GB. Trying to upgrade to 4GB but won't start after install. Front light comes on but that is it. Pulled one of the new 2gb and replaced it with one of the old 1GB and it loads fine. Swapped new 2gb with new 2gb and it still works but not when installed together.
finally, I decided to get a new 21.5 iMac.and I want to upgrade it to a 2GBx4 memory but i don't know what kind of memory i need.How about the "Kingston 2GB 1333MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 SODIMM KVR1333D3S9/2G"?
I inherited a Mac Pro 1,1 -- first generation. It only has 2gb ram (4 512 MB modules) so I'd like to upgrade it to 10 GB with an 8 gb kit. Per MacTracker the 1st gen MacPro does accept 4GB DDR2 667 FBDIMM modules. I got my hands on an 8 GB kit (2x4GB), but they aren't being read by the MacPro, at all. I made sure I ran all available firmware updates and everything, no dice. System Profiler doesn't see them.
I looked at two of the aftermarket modules in it -- they are both Kingston 512 MB DDR2 667 FBDIMM, but they are 1Rx8. The other two are the stock apple memory that is less-than-useless when trying to look at any chip architecture information. The ones I have are 4GB DDR2 667 FBDIMM 4Rx8 modules. I don't mind having to return them for another set of modules. If so, what type should I get?
I have a mid 07 iMac that I just upgraded the memory in and now it wont reboot. I had two 1 gig and switched to two 2 gigs. I can replace one of the 2 gigs with one of the original 1 gigs and it will start and shows in "about this mac" that I have 3 gigs??? Then take the 1 gig back out replace with the other new 2 gig and wont reboot again.