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Max memory on Macbook a1181

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What is the maximum memory that I can add on my macboook a1181.  Most of the sites say 2G DDR2 667 but when I type in my serial number on www.appleserialnumberinfo.com it says that it can go up to 3G.  Some one must know who has one, any thoghts?
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The websites I checked indicate 2 GB of RAM is the max.  I would check the apple manual that came with the macbook just to make sure.
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I agree, the max RAM is 2GB.  Using my Mactracker iPhone App :) and other websites.
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You reminded me that I have the box and looked at the label and specifications on when I bought it.
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