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First try backing the screws that hold the RAM slot mechanism off a quarter of a turn each and test again. Put a 4 GB in the working slot. The one that's not working will sometimes take a lessor stick.
 
You may be able to use this one, they are both A1278 boards, but I have not seen it listed sas compatible.
You may be able to use this one, they are both A1278 boards, but I have not seen it listed sas compatible.
 
[product|IF163-020]

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First try backing the screws that hold the RAM slot mechanism off a quarter of a turn each and test again. Put a 4 GB in the working slot. The one that's not working will sometimes take a lessor stick.
First try backing the screws that hold the RAM slot mechanism off a quarter of a turn each and test again. Put a 4 GB in the working slot. The one that's not working will sometimes take a lessor stick.
You may be able to use this one, they are both A1278 boards, but I have not seen it listed s compatible.
https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Model-A1278-2-66-GHz-Logic-Board/IF163-020-1
[product|IF163-020]
https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Model-A1278-2-66-GHz-Logic-Board/IF163-020-1
[product|IF163-020]

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Editado por: mayer ,

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First try backing the screws that hold the RAM slot mechanism off a quarter of a turn each and test again.
You may be able to use this one, they are both A1278 boards, but I have not seen it listed s compatible.
https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Model-A1278-2-66-GHz-Logic-Board/IF163-020-1

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First try backing the screws that hold the RAM slot mechanism off a quarter of a turn each and test again.

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