Well just because of curiousity sake I though it would we interesting to start a thread and see if we can figure this out. I was recently reminded of the integrated 256MB of onboard memory in the iBooks and I really started thinking there has got to be a way to upgrade this though soldering a new chip in. either by finding a matching chip or creating a circuit board to re wire a stand a ram chip. I would really like to see my system say 2 gig of ram. Please post any pictures you find and any infomation you might be able to add. I am willing to tear my machine apart to do this. Is this something that can be done? does the motherboard put a restriction that I am unaware of on the memory and limit it to 1.25 or is that just because the onboard memory is only 256. Thanks for any input anyone might have.
*sorry for the double post please delete this one I am posting from a dell window 2000 machine.
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