I have a 128 SSD sitting around from my old 2008 15’’ MBP with a broken screen that won’t boot up. I want to move it to my 13’’ MBP with one RAM slot out of order (so the max RAM is 4GB). First I’m going to salvage the files by putting the SSD into my MBP 13 and moving the files to my Cloud external drive. Then I would take out the SSD, and hopefully ask an Apple store guy to clear it and install Mavericks on it for me. Then I would save all the things in my current internal drive to the external drive (the cloud.) Then I would format the drive, and use it for storage of heavy files in the MBP. 1. Can you partition a part of this storage drive for Windows Boot Camp? 2. Also do you need to have a Windows 7 .iso file or CD to be able to use the boot camp, or can you make the boot camp even without the file? 3. If you have a windows laptop that came with Windows 8, do you have the rights to install Windows 8 on more than one computer? (such as on the Mac via Boot Camp) 4. If I install the SDD, would it make transferring data files from my laptop to the cloud external drive (WD My Cloud) faster?