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Actually your computer has one ram slot as you have found out. The preferred ram is PC 2100 but the computer will use PC 2700. You need one 1GB stick to max out your memory.
 
Operating system cost are out of sight for this model but probably the best way to go is with 10.5 Leopard. I have two reasons for suggesting this-- 1. The OS is still available from Apple for its original price of $129. I know this because I just purchased a copy in the last month but make sure they understand you want Leopard and not Snow Leopard which won't run on your computer. Call the Apple store and they will take care of you. The second reason I recommend Leopard is many software items are no longer being made to work with Tiger anymore which could cause you problems later. If you max your memory and don't try to run to many apps at once Leopard should run fine for you. Good luck. Ralph
Operating system cost are out of sight for this model but probably the best way to go is with 10.5 Leopard. I have two reasons for suggesting this-- 1. The OS is still available from Apple for its original price of $129. I know this because I just purchased a copy in the last month but make sure they understand you want Leopard and not Snow Leopard which won't run on your computer. Call the Apple store and they will take care of you. The second reason I recommend Leopard is many software items are no longer being made to work with Tiger anymore which could cause you problems later. If you max your memory and don't try to run to many apps at once Leopard should run fine for you. Good luck. Ralph

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Actually your computer has one ram slot as you have found out. The preferred ram is PC 2100 but the computer will use PC 2700. You need one 1GB stick to max out your memory.
 
Operating system cost are out of sight for this model but probably the best way to go is with 10.5 Leopard. I have two reasons for suggesting this-- 1. The OS is still available from Apple for its original price of $129. I know this because I just purchased a copy in the last month but make sure they understand you want Leopard and not Snow Leopard which won't run on your computer. Call the Apple store and they will take care of you. The second reason I recommend Leopard is many software items are no longer being made to work with Tiger anymore which could cause you problems later. If you max your memory and don't try to run to many apps at once Leopard should run fine for you. Good luck. Ralph
Operating system cost are out of sight for this model but probably the best way to go is with 10.5 Leopard. I have two reasons for suggesting this-- 1. The OS is still available from Apple for its original price of $129. I know this because I just purchased a copy in the last month but make sure they understand you want Leopard and not Snow Leopard which won't run on your computer. Call the Apple store and they will take care of you. The second reason I recommend Leopard is many software items are no longer being made to work with Tiger anymore which could cause you problems later. If you max your memory and don't try to run to many apps at once Leopard should run fine for you. Good luck. Ralph

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Actually your computer has one ram slot as you have found out. The preferred ram is PC 2100 but the computer will use PC 2700. You need one 1GB stick to max out your memory.

Operating system cost are out of sight for this model but probably the best way to go is with 10.5 Leopard. I have two reasons for suggesting this-- 1. The OS is still available from Apple for its original price of $129. I know this because I just purchased a copy but make sure they understand you want Leopard and not Snow Leopard which won't run on your computer. Call the Apple store and they will take care of you. The second reason I recommend Leopard is many software items are no longer being made to work with Tiger anymore which could cause you problems later. If you max your memory and don't try to run to many apps at once Leopard should run fine for you. Good luck. Ralph

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