SATA spec on old MBP

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    Can you use the information found in System Profiler > Hardware > Serial ATA?
     
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    Im at work right now, dont have access to it. Im looking at some SSD deals and trying to see if its even worth getting.
     
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    Sounds like you have experience with SSDs. Are there any issues with partitioning and installing BootCamp? Im currently on Leopard but will be getting 4GB of RAM added soon, then I will upgrade to Lion. I would like to partition the drive and have BC with Win7.
     
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    Well I have only added SSD to mi iMac G5 (with has also SATA I) so I can't help you with partitioning, I just wanted to say that since I upgraded the SSD I could not be happier.

    The reason SSD has not made it into my MBP is that I need more space than I can buy right now, and btw, I have the same one as you do.

    I think you should not have any problems with bootcamp, or Lion. Then again YMMV depending on which SSD you go for.
     

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