Upgrading Memory And Apple Warranty

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  1. trjwv
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    I was told by an apple tech person that if I upgrade my memory myself, I would void my warranty. Is this true?

    Also I want to take my memory from my MBP 15" 3.06 and put it in my iMac 27" i7, this would give me a total of 8GB in iMac
    and purchase 8 GB for my MBP.

    Will this work?
     
  2. spinnerlys
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  3. miles01110
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    From Apple;

    So the entire warranty isn't voided, but if you screw up and damage something you wont be able to get that damage fixed under warranty.
     
  4. trjwv
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    From I can tell, the memory is the same, so it looks like I should be able to take from MBp and use in iMac.
     
  5. Hellhammer
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    Yea it's the same because there was no 3.06GHz 15" MBP with DDR2.
     

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