Aluminum Macbooks and MacBook Pros have RAM problems

New aluminum MacBooks and MacBook Pros have serious RAM or memory problems. Find out how to solve such problems once and for all

New aluminum MacBooks and MacBook Pros could not handle 3rd-party RAMs; that is what many MacBook lovers have reported and complained in the last few weeks.

Those that have upgraded their new aluminum Macbooks and MacBook Pros with some third-party RAMs discovered system lock-ups and instability after upgrading. Even those who bought RAMs from well known Mac providers such as Crucial and OWC experienced the same problems and many are not at all happy with Apple.

How to solve new aluminum MacBooks and MacBook Pros RAM/Memory problems

If you are experiencing similar problems with your 3rd-party RAMs on your MacBooks or MacBook Pros, remove your third-party RAMs and put back your old Apple-brand RAMs. It seems that Apple has made things complicated for new MacBook and MacBook Pro users, Apple will only support RAMs that have their own Apple-brand and that refers to those manufactured by Samsung.

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