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Topic # 153531 30-Sep-2014 09:35
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There's a few older threads around with people installing SSDs in Macbook Pros, but nothing really recent. Given the technology is still evolving, what are the current things to look for? Has anyone done this recently?

This would be for a mid 2009 model.

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  Reply # 1144069 30-Sep-2014 10:56
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I installed a SSD in my 2010 13" MBP earlier this year. It's really simple. Just need to make sure you have the correct screwdrivers and have something to install OSX from after.

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  Reply # 1144091 30-Sep-2014 11:13
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Its' easy, just drop it in and install done.

You can also clone your drive over if you have a sata to usb drive and a working usb install of what ever OS you are using.




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  Reply # 1144103 30-Sep-2014 11:20
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P.S lots of info here https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-4741




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  Reply # 1146715 3-Oct-2014 15:35
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I think you need check carefully. Some old mac don't support the lastest SSD.

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