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Jul
19
asked MacPro VGA drivers - correct resolution not shown, is this a driver issue?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
14
answered Trackpad not working on Macbook pro 2009 running Windows 8
Jun
12
asked A tricky Bootcamp/SSD problem
Apr
5
comment I can't boot into Windows 7 on Boot Camp
Trying a regular boot just leads to a blank white screen, doesn't get as far as the Windows bootloader (which has a black screen). If i try opening the partition in Parallels it says something like 'No bootable drives found'.
Apr
5
asked I can't boot into Windows 7 on Boot Camp
Mar
26
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
28
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
16
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
8
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Oct
21
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Popular Question
May
17
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
21
comment Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
Assuming you mean this page: everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/specs/…, it states 4gb is standard and 8 is the maximum?
Mar
21
answered Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
Mar
21
comment Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
I think you're right :-( - have updated my question.
Mar
20
comment Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
This is my exact requirement.
Mar
20
comment Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
I felt the same way about my G4 Powerbook. If Someone in the office hadn't carelessly walked into its pre-magsafe charger and caused it fall to its death on a hard floor I'd probably be still using it. Well, that and Lion, Bootcamp and Intel-facillitated virtualization... You get these things just right and the Apple goes and renders it obsolete.
Mar
20
comment Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
Can you tell me more about this please? And does this mean the newer models can handle a lot more RAM than their stated figures?
Mar
20
comment Can a 2009 MacBook Pro use more memory than Apple's 'maximum RAM' figure of 8 GB?
Thanks for your comments. My machine is way past its warranty. I have looked into upgrading to a newer MBP 13 but I'm struggling to justify the expense when the one I have is pretty much perfect for my needs.