hard drive replacement

  1. gocke004

    3.0 vs 6.0 GB/s SATA SSD Drive for Macbook Pro (Mid 2009)

    Dear Fellow MBP Enthusiasts, I am considering upgrading the storage on my mid 2009 Macbook Pro (5,3). It currently runs off of the original 320 GB HDD. The computer is getting extremely slow as of late. I am also upgrading RAM to 8 GB (the max supported on this model). This laptop is only...
  2. gocke004

    TiBook (Gigabit) HD Replacement

    Dear Fellow PPC Enthusiasts, I have seen this question posted numerous times on the tubes and in various venues. In my research I've been seeing some conflicting reports and information floating around. I thought I'd come here now that it's 2018 and ask again! I've got a titanium PowerBook G4...
  3. H

    Upgrading MacBook Pro, Mid 2010, 15 inch

    My pro is 500 GB HD, 4 G Ram. I have used less than 90 GB total. I tried to update the OS from Mavericks to High Sierra and it "crashed and burned" even though HS specs on Apple said it would work with my computer. Here's the dumb part: Never backed up anything! Took it to repair shop. Told...
  4. B

    MacMini 2010 Server: fans running full speed after converting to single SSD drive

    Hi, I've got a MacMini 2010 server (2x 500gb HDD), which I've converted to a single SSD. Machine runs smoothly, but the fans are now running at full speed. I know this is probably because of the temperature sensors. When I installed the SSD, I only re-attached one temperature sensor using...
  5. Slix

    I am Titaaaaniiuummm! (New PB G4)

    Hey guys! In a wonderful stroke of luck, I picked up a Titanium PowerBook G4 yesterday, in wonderful condition! It also came with a Mac OS X 10.2 disc (the disc 2), and some originally-printed-in-2002 Apple webpages of the PowerBook G4. Neat! So far, I really enjoy using this machine, the...