You didn't say how much memory you have. Also, you should look at Apple's specifications page and you would be able to find out your answers much quicker.elandy said:Thank you for the answer - I also have a G4-dual 533 and G4- dual 500 that I would like to over max with ram. I work on very large photoshop files - sometimes 500 MB and every bit of ram is useful. I go into scratch disc with the first or second action I take.
The question wasn't "how much RAM can the Mac take", rather "can you modify the powerbook to take more Ram than the specs say"? The specs don't really help in this situation.Bear said: