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MAC 128GB SSD macbook pro early 2007


waynerrr

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The original Hard drive has gone

 

I took it out and its a Serial ATA 120GB fujitsu/apple unit (See attachment for picture)

 

I was thinking whether i could relplace it with an SSD drive & whether it will create many problems for me

 

remember the laptop is an early Intel mac (late 2006 early 2007)

 

If you think that it is possible then Please recommend a SSD

 

thanks

 

I live in UK (should that matter)

 

P.S. 128GB is absolutely fine (no smaller, no bigger)

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You should be fine and I would suggest our Performance series drives for that system PN# CMFSSD-128GBG2D.

And you will have to get the Install disk from Apple I think they charge you a small fee for the disk but it would be best to contact them if you do not have one.

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1. I'm assuming Vmware installation will be fine on an SSD (or are there issues?)

 

2. Could I expect faster speeds from my VMware compared to running it off spinning disk Hard drive

 

Thanks

 

Vmware = fusion for mac windows server 2003 guest

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The performance of the drive will be notably faster than any spinning HDD but VMware is more dependent on the ram you have in your system, so yes you should see an improvement but I am not sure it will have much effect in that software other than it will load a little quicker.
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