Installing SSD (Solid State Drive) in your MacBook Pro 13" or 15" unibody


Step 24: Tighten the screws and DONE!

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Once you have all screws in their places, make examine the position of the aluminum cover and tighten the screws and some moderate amount of force and you're DONE. At this point you may start your computer and migrate data from your old Hard Drive (instructable on that coming soon!) or install a fresh copy of operating system on it, but that's a topic for another instructable. Cheers!
Not sure about Macs but I assume you can clone the drives in a cloning dock (very inexpensive these days) just as you can with Windows and Linux.
Your suggestion to "migrate data from your old Hard Drive" sort of suggests (to me at least) that the old drive has to now be put in an external dock. I'm not sure how a Mac handles that but I expect you'd need to install all the OS/applications first.
Surely cloning would be easier?
Looking forward to your next Instructable.