Memory

The iMac (Early 2001) computer comes with a minimum of 64 MB or 128 MB of SDRAM and can be expanded to a maximum of 1 GB.

Install a memory module that meets the following specifications:

  • JEDEC PC-100 DIMM
  • 64, 128, 256, or 512 MB
  • 168-pin
  • 125 MHz (8 ns) or faster

Note: Place a soft towel or cloth on the desk or surface. Position the screen face down on the cloth.

  1. Using a flatblade screwdriver or a coin, turn the latch counterclockwise to open the rear access door.
  2. Lower the access door.

EMI Cover (MetsJ)

EMI Cover (MetsJ)

3. Touch the EMI cover that is visible inside the recessed latch area before touching any components on the main logic board. This protects the computer from damage caused by electostatic discharge

.Important: If necessary, remove any existing memory module.

SDRAM

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4. Push the ejector tabs on the slots outward and down so they are in the open position.

  1. Align the notches on the memory module with the small notches inside the slot.
  2. Push down on the DIMM until it snaps into place. The ejectors will automatically close.
  3. Close the rear access door and test the computer before returning it to the customer.

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