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It should come off fairly easily, without any undue force. Next, gently lift the hard drive out of the chassis , and remove the ribbon connecting it to the notebook. After that process has completed, select Repair Disk Permissions. Reattach the plastic piece holding the drive in place, and then screw the bottom back on. Locate the hard drive. Select the SSD it should be the only one listed , and restart your notebook. Shutdown the Mac, and then restart it holding down the Option key. There are also dozens of other SATA enclosures on the market. Remove the screws holding the plastic piece in place. After the OS has installed, the utility will ask you if you'd like to restore files from another disk. Laptop Mag.

Want to squeeze even more performance out of your MacBook Pro? Then, screw the posts into the SSD.

This process can take upwards of 30 minutes. Select the SSD as the destination disk. Here's how. Under where it says Partition Layout, select "1 Partition. Once that's done, select Verify Disk, then Repair Disk. The first step is to clone your Mac's hard drive onto the SSD.

Flip your Mac overand locate the 10 screw holes.

Yeah, they're scattered all over in this picture; do as we say, not as we do. Installing the SSD Next, you've got to crack open your notebook. You're all done! Adding an SSD will make your Mac boot faster, copy files in the blink of an eye, and make the system more responsive when multitasking. For this, you can use a utility such as Carbon Copy Cloner, but we're going to show you how to do it with Apple's own Disk Utility program. Open the Disk Utility in the Applications folder. On the four sides of the hard drive are four small metal posts visible in the photo above. Select the option to boot into the Recovery Disk. Pry the bottom off of your MacBook Pro. Depending on how many files you have, this process could take some time, too. Click on the SSD icon, and select the Partition tab. Fortunately, it's fairly easy to replace the hard drive. Select the original hard drive. Note: We recommend placing the screws in a small bowl or something to that effect so the screws don't go missing. Now comes the fun part. Unscrew the posts using the Torx screwdriver. Copy your files from the original hard drive. Open System Preferences, then Startup Disk. It's held in place by a little piece of plastic. Turn the notebook back on. Remove the screws using the Phillips' screwdriver.