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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by vjicecool, Apr 26, 2011.
Is it possible to replace regular harddrive with SSD
Have any one done this before, let me know Guys
Yes! and there are many threads about it. Run a search of installing hard drive on the forum, or even just google.
Yes, many have done this before. MRoogle might help finding countless threads upon this.
MacBook, MacBook Pro: Replacing the Hard Disk Drive, transferring data to the new HDD
I read MBP drive question and thought someone had done a cool mod.
Kidding, of course.
Can any one tell me which SSD should i buy, Like any company in general or any type. Thanks for replies again. I have 13" MBP which i bought in Last year April
Please run a search. This is such a common question, just a few days ago there was a big thread on it flowing through Forum Spy.
just google: best SSD for macbook pro 2011
not to be mean, but it really is that easy.
You should try to search the forum and google instead of waiting to be spoon fed every answer you want. You learn more when you do something by yourself.
Search up some previous threads where people have asked the same question. Its way quicker than asking again, because you can obtain the info in a matter of minutes instead of waiting hours or even days for people to tell you in a new thread.
One question for you Guys
If i replace my HD with SSD, should i install OS again from the beginning or can i
load OS using my time machine backup
MacBook, MacBook Pro: Replacing the Hard Disk Drive, transferring data to the new HDDUse CarbonCopyCloner or SuperDuper to make a 1:1 copy.
You can do either.
Restoring from a TM backup will take longer than cloning.
Will my Computer will faster if i replace my HDD with SSD
and does it over heat or anything like that?
Will this work?
Stop bumping your own thread please. You have been given some great links where everything you ever wanted to know is discussed at length. If you are truly interested in your options and the advantages, you will start reading instead of asking.
@OP: What is a SSD: http://computersight.com/hardware/what-is-a-ssd/
I read posts and forums and i am not clear about one thing
If i replace my HDD with SSD
what should i do to install my OSX, i don't want to clone it or do anything
i just want a fresh clean start?
Short version: Clean Install of OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Long version: Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard: How to Erase and Install