13 inch MacBook Pro non-retina..

keema

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Oct 26, 2011
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Hi Everyone,

I have a question, I was watching videos from youtube on how to replace the SSD of a 13inch macbook pro and the built-in SSD on the pro is half the size of a regular 2.5 ssd?

I ask this because I have a existing intel 330 ssd and would like to put that in if I get this 13 inch pro. can I put this regular ssd on a 13 inch macbook pro?


Thanks,
Christian
 

KBS756

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Jan 27, 2009
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Hi Everyone,

I have a question, I was watching videos from youtube on how to replace the SSD of a 13inch macbook pro and the built-in SSD on the pro is half the size of a regular 2.5 ssd?

I ask this because I have a existing intel 330 ssd and would like to put that in if I get this 13 inch pro. can I put this regular ssd on a 13 inch macbook pro?


Thanks,
Christian
Your post is in the wrong section this is the MacPro section not MacBook Pro

That said yea a standard 2.5in laptop ssd should fit in a 13 in unibody MacBook Pro

Unibody non retina 13s use standard 2.5 in laptop hdds

You probably will have to use trim enabler after install though other than that its straight forward

Not sure I fully understood your question hope I answered it well
 

keema

macrumors member
Original poster
Oct 26, 2011
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Your post is in the wrong section this is the MacPro section not MacBook Pro

That said yea a standard 2.5in laptop ssd should fit in a 13 in unibody MacBook Pro

Unibody non retina 13s use standard 2.5 in laptop hdds

You probably will have to use trim enabler after install though other than that its straight forward

Not sure I fully understood your question hope I answered it well
Im sorry I've posted on the wrong section. How can I move it?

Anyway, this is the video im talking about, the ssd on that video is not the same that I have in terms of shape & size.. here's the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHuOllec55c
 

DenBeke

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Aug 11, 2011
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Antwerp
The video is about a retina MacBook...
Retina MacBooks have special SSD's. The standard MBP has just a 2.5 sata disk.