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The new Mac Pro can hold up to terabytes of memory, but paying this is also accompanied by the problem of not being able to upgrade.


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The price to upgrade RAM from 8GB to 16GB is $ on other Macs, including It's not unusual at all for Apple to adjust build-to-order configuration pricing Hands-on: inch MacBook Pro () – a long time coming [Video] · But then again, my MacBook Air running Catalina has 4 GB of RAM.


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Sounds like you have either the wrong RAM module (spec) or the systems firmware is not up to date (I would be surprised if it's not already at.


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The biggest problem is that on some models, particularly MacBooks, the RAM is soldered on - making removal near impossible and hazardous to.


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For standard a Macbook®, Macbook Pro®, and Mac Mini® models, a similar 30 pounds of force will be needed, pressing the memory modules into the slots.


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I believe I have found a DEFINITIVE solution to an identifiable problem. I have a Macbook Pro 13" , with 8 gb ram. In the last 6 months.


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I suppose the next troubleshooting step should be to save an image of my startup disk and perform a clean install of Snow Leopard to see if the problem persists. And I have a Bridge I'd like to sell to someone. I may also just throw a 4gb into the one thats working. Until a couple of weeks ago, this machine has been running OS X I wanted to wait for I then performed a clean install of the OS, got all my software setup, and all was right with my MacBook. I even unscrewed the 4 screws around the plastic RAM holder. I screwed everything back in, circuit board, RAM "holder", etc. So I decided to go back and do another install of Snow Leopard and the problem stayed with me. Feb 17, AM. I would stick the macbook in the freezer for 10 min. I thought this had permanently resolved the issue, but unfortunately after every shutdown or reboot my MacBook without fail loses access to the second memory slot, unless I remove and reseat the memory. So it continues to do even after you have physically made sure the ram placement is ok? No operating system or change in it will change the state of whether or not the hardware is recorded and reported. If you bought from a reputable retailer, many manufacturers stand behind their product with lifetime warranties. More then in any normal operations. I started up the computer and to my pleasant surprise both memory slots were recognizing 2GB each 4GB total. Especially inlight of the fact that after swapping the RAM modules, the same memory slot is failing to register with the OS. I tested each RAM in each slot alone and carefully turned the computer on. I am now on I have, kind of, solved the sleep problems by putting hibernatemode at This has allowed me to wake the computer up without a hard reset, but when I do wake it up it makes that hard drive spinning noise twice, almost as if it is waking up twice. Feb 17, AM in response to s. Contrary to what most people think Apple computers are not built any better then any other brand. Simple fact is RAM is hardware. Just a coincidence and or the heat generated in the RAM and the slot with the install of the New OS just made it show up now. That will take all inbstalled versions of OS X out of the picture. The same for a bad RAM slot and or bad slot to Logic board connection. I went from Lion back to a clean install of Snow Leopard back to Lion and then I had the problem with it not waking from sleep. When I start cold after 24 hours , it recognizes 8 gb, but if I restart, it recognizes only 4 gb. Thanks for the quick respone. My macbook was just under 3 years old and started to have this problem. That's why when I freeze the macbook, it gets the other bank back. Apple probably changed one and not the other. See if that helps. Next, I shutdown the computer, opened the back cover, and proceeded to remove both 2GB sticks of memory. This problem did not start until after installing Please help. Both banks worked. It is making intermittent contact with the Logic board. Sep 4, PM in response to s. I am going to take the case off tomorrow and just make sure everything is ok in there, but other than that I am just hoping it's not the logic board as my computer is a few years old now. By the way I am a Hot 17 year old looking for Love. The Hardware in the system is recorded by and reported to the OS by the firmware and the System Management Controller. Does all the RAM show in one and not the other? It is either good or bad, it either shows up or it doesn't. I have a mid MBP with 4gb with only 2 showing up after sleep, restart unless I do the ram reset while booting. Page content loaded. But then if it did the only way to fix it would be to change out the Logic board. I thought he might be lying, or apple for that matter, so I took it with a grain of salt. Sep 4, PM. So I got sick of it and opened up the macbook, unscrewed, removed, cleaned out the fan, unscrewed the circuit board removed the Ram. Of course, I get 8 gb. It explains why Apple created new vents for the new Macbooks. It may have been faulty from day one, and perhaps there are certain things in the now OS that make it less tolerant of any RAM faults that might exist. Posted on Sep 3, AM. In the last two months, I had consistent loss of 4 gb of ram, especially after restart. I have found a few similare threads that detail this and in one of them someone is claiming apple replaced the logic board and the ram and the problem persisted. I have gone through every thread google has to offer. Then, back to 2gb unless I reset the ram. If what Shootist says is true, that would be most unfortunate. I opened the activity monitor and clicked on the system memory tab, it showed 2GB. If you made a Time Machine backup from just before you did the upgrade to Mt Lion you could always make a second partition on your drive, or use an external, and restore that TM backup so you can boot to Lion and check to see it the RAM shows up all the time. I have a Macbook Pro 13" , with 8 gb ram. Install all version of OS X that you have access to and will lrun on your model Mac each in there own partition on the external. There is No software involved with the detection of the amount of RAM in the system. The first instance with Lion I had no problems. I believe with time, the awesome heat from the macbook pro eventually warps the circuit board. In the last 6 months, I have had Bank 1 4 gb disappearing on me intermittently. I will continue the hunt tomorrow as I need my computer for some work tonight.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} However, over the next week I noticed upon startup or reboot of the machine everything felt sluggish. I suspect the one RAM slot is going bad. The four screws holding the ram holder in start to tighten up with heat and somehow it does not recognize one bank. I have been trolling the internet for days with this problem. I blew out the slots with compressed air, swapped the positions of each stick and reseated the memory. They do not use any better parts and are not assembled any better then any other. The only way to full fix this issue is to more then likely replace the Logic board which in the end you'd be better off just buying a New Computer. The next option I chose was to restart the computer. So that leaves the SMC which I guess could go bad in some way. It maybe that the RAM you currently have installed is somehow faulty. Both RAM functioned fine alone in each of the banks. Additionally, I have noticed over the past couple of months prior to installing Mountain Lion , when I was still running Snow Leopard on this machine, that maybe 1 out of every 5 to 10 times that I try to wake my MacBook from sleep lifting the lid, pressing a key it is UNABLE to fully resume from sleep. I immediately clicked on the About This Mac button to see how much RAM was installed, it showed only one 2GB stick installed the other memory slot was empty. Sep 4, PM in response to drjingles31 In response to drjingles As of today, I needed to restart my MacBook and noticed that once again it was not recognizing both 2GB sticks 4GB total ; however, this time a simple PRAM reset and reboot fixed the issue only a temporary fix, I assume. Sorry I have no idea about your waking problems but I don't think it is related in any way to the OPs problem. This is a good point, and after carefully rereading your original post, I believe Shootist's evaluation may be more likely. I am having the same exact problem as you. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. This didn't happen to me until I upgraded back to Lion the second time. Upon startup it still only showed one 2GB stick. No solution, except that the best explanation was that circuit board was getting old. I also believe they soldered in the ram for this exact reason. Run all of them one after the other then boot back into the OS on the internal. So I thought it was because I did a great "cleaning" job. Oh I forgot no one lies on the Internet. Or that person is flat out lying. If you still have the original RAM that came with the machine, I suggest removing the upgrade and reinstalling the oem modules. By loosening the screws, it allows the circuitboard expansion with heat.