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It’s Friday, and that means we’ve got another Instructional video for you! As you might expect, this week we’re installing a new hard drive in a the mid-2009 revision of the 15” MacBook Pro.
Upgrading the hard drive in your MacBook Pro not only allows you to store more files, but it also can improve performance if you’re upgrading from a 5400 RPM drive to a 7200 RPM drive.
Next week, by popular demand, we’ll be starting a series on installing drives in our external enclosures. While it’s common knowledge that our enclosures are made of high-quality components and materials, we also believe that “quality” also includes giving you complete, easy-to-follow instructions on how to assemble and use them.
Stay tuned; as each one becomes available, we’ll announce them here.
It’s the end of another week, and you know what that means: another OWC Instructional Video!
This time around we show you how to upgrade the Memory in the mid-2009 15” MacBook Pro.
These MacBook Pros can take up to 8GB of memory, doubling the maximum capacity of the previous model. This is a big boost for those using memory-hungry applications, like many graphics and audio suites, on your MacBook Pros.
They’re not the only ones that can benefit, though. Snow Leopard (with its 64-bit architecture and advanced resource management) looming on the horizon, larger amounts of memory will be more efficiently handled, increasing the overall performance of your system.
Get ahead of the game and upgrade your memory today. OWC has everything you need, from the correct memory for these models to our step-by-step installation videos, which can be found in our Tech Center and on our YouTube channel.