Possible to switch RAM out of old Titanium PB into a G4 iMac (2003-ish)?
The "donor" computer is an old Titanium Powerbook G4. It has a 128mb SDRAM chip built in, and a 256 SDRAM that was added later.
The "recipient" computer is a 2003-ish era iMac G4 (the kind with the white hemispheric base and the flexible flat-panel screen attached).
Will it be possible to take that 256mb chip out of the Titanium PB and put it into the iMac G4? Or is it the wrong kind/size/whatever kind of chip? Needless to say, I would follow all the proper instructions and procedures for doing so, if I were to do it.
The reason for this, not that it's important, is that the Titanium PB is just about shot, and it ready to be parted out -- it has a plethora of serious defects and problems that just aren't worth it to fix. The iMac is nice and working fine, but only has 128 RAM at the moment. Thought I might as well cannibalize the Titanium while I can before selling it.
Titanium PowerBook Mac OS X (10.4.2)
Ooops, sorry, I posted this in the wrong iMac forum. I thought I was in the older iMac forum -- this is the new iMac forum.
I reposted the question over there in the proper place. Ignore this question, and/or delete it if you're an admin.