|Apr 19, 2010, 11:56 PM||#1|
Okay so ive had my old white mac book for about 2 and a 1/2 years now. And my HD has totaly packed in. I was thinking of getting a new one and fitting it myself instead of getting it repaired. The max that apple will put back in this is 120GB but this size is way to small for the amount of video, music and graphics work i do at uni. so i was looking at something like 500GB, i found this and would like some oppinions if this would work?
or could anyone show me in the right way? Preferable from a UK site
Macbook 13", 320GB HD, 2GB RAM iPhone 3G 8GB
Last edited by eastmatt; Apr 20, 2010 at 12:13 AM.
|Apr 20, 2010, 06:16 AM||#2|
This comes highly recommended and I'm just in the middle of installing it to my 13"
iMac - 20" | 2.2GHz | 4GB Ram | 320GB HD
MacBook - 13" | 2.42GHz C2D | 4GB Ram | 500GB HD
iPhone - 3GS 16GB | 4 32GB iPad - 32GB WiFi
iPod - 5G 30GB | 6G 80GB
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