1: Remove the ten screws on the back of your MacBook Pro (keep them safe) and pull off the cover. 2: Carefully remove the battery connector from its socket using a spudger. ... 4: Remove and replace your RAM, being careful to ensure that the new RAM a#39;clicksa#39; back into place. ... a repair of this type, ita#39;s worth viewing detailed instructions on iFixit.com or taking your Mac to the nearest Apple Store instead.
|Title||:||Mac Maintenance Tips &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Tricks|
|Publisher||:||Imagine Publishing -|