How Do You Install RAM In Your Apple Imac With Intel Processor?
The Apple iMac with the Intel Core Duo processor is a total workhorse, but the default configurations tend to be light on the needed RAM to run the applications you want. Upgrading the iMac with up to 2GBs of RAM turns this workhorse into a thoroughbred racehorse. If you do the upgrade yourself, you can save about $300 over what Apple charges to do it for you. Turn off your iMac and let it cool down for about 10 minutes. Unplug all the cables, including the power cable on the back of the machine. Lay a towel on your table or other work surface so that you won’t scratch the screen of your iMac. Gently lay the iMac face down on the towel and locate the three captive screws on the base of the computer. Unscrew the three screws with a Phillips #1 screwdriver. These screws will unscrew far enough to release the back cover from the chassis but will not come completely out of the back plate. Lift up on the stand to remove the back cover. The RAM modules are located on the right side of the ca