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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Hildegerd, May 12, 2013.
I recently recieved a white MacBok 13,3" 4G Ram, 2,4Ghz 2010 Model. What can be done to make it fly?
Have you tried a jetpack..?
Upgrade it to 8 GB RAM and put an SSD or two into it.
I have a 2009 2.16 black model and the only thing you can do with these (which is better than you can with new models), is very easily change Ram and the HD.
I have a 1GB HD in mine. It's does not "fly" but it glides about ok....
It is not a Pro, so I think (like my non-pro of it's age) the maximum ram is 4GB and not 8GB?
Mine is 2 x 2GB max.
So, sounds like the OP has it maxed already with RAM
Ok, I think I will figure out how to do that. Thank you guys.
This Macbook can handle 8GB ram.
As simsaladimbamba said.
The best way to make it "fly" is upgrading Ram to 8GB and change HDD with SSD.
Upgrading RAM in MacBooks and MacBook Pros
MacBook, MacBook Pro: Replacing the Hard Disk Drive, transferring data to the new HDD
the guide includes:
0. Identify your MacBook or MacBook Pro
1. Getting a new HDD
2. Guides to replace the internal HDD with a newer one
3. Transferring data from the old HDD to the new HDD
4. Using the optical disk drive (ODD) slot for placing an SSD or HDD inside the MB/P (OPTIBAY)
Wow, this is soo cool. I am so excited. Thank you again.
I have the exact same Macbook, I added a SSD and 16G ram.
I think it isn't worth to put 16GB (I didn't even know that it is possible).
Average user, sure, over kill but, good to have for power users.
Not that I am a power users but, I like to give my Windows (VMWare Fusion) 8Gs of ram and 1 CPU.
Weird. For "power users" in retina 8GB is enough...
I'm not a rich power user but, I do agree.
And it helps with the C2D.
She is in very good condtion, the former owner only used her to check e-mail on the summer vacations, so machine stayed in the box rest of the time. More or less brand new, still shiny. I paid 120$ for her.
I paid 500 for mine in 2010. Had normal usage.
Thank you, I am very happy with it.
Welcome. I love my lil '10 MB. Runs fast as can be with the SSD. Love it.