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MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 Hard Drive Replacement

  • Use your fingers to push both battery release tabs away from the battery, and lift the battery out of the computer.
    • Use your fingers to push both battery release tabs away from the battery, and lift the battery out of the computer.

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  • Lift the memory door up enough to get a grip on it, and slide it toward you, pulling it away from the casing.
    • Lift the memory door up enough to get a grip on it, and slide it toward you, pulling it away from the casing.

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  • Remove the following 6 screws:
    • Remove the following 6 screws:

    • Two 10 mm T6 Torx screws on either side of the RAM slot.

    • Four 14.5 mm Phillips screws along the hinge.

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  • Remove the four 3.2 mm Phillips screws on the port side of the computer.
    • Remove the four 3.2 mm Phillips screws on the port side of the computer.

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  • Rotate the computer 90 degrees and remove the two 3.2 mm Phillips screws from the rear of the computer.
    • Rotate the computer 90 degrees and remove the two 3.2 mm Phillips screws from the rear of the computer.

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  • Rotate the computer 90 degrees again and remove the four 3.2 mm Phillips screws from the side of the computer.
    • Rotate the computer 90 degrees again and remove the four 3.2 mm Phillips screws from the side of the computer.

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  • Do not yank the upper case off quickly. The case is attached to the logic board via a ribbon cable.
    • Do not yank the upper case off quickly. The case is attached to the logic board via a ribbon cable.

    • Lift up at the rear of the case and work your fingers along the sides, freeing the case as you go. Once you have freed the sides, you may need to rock the case up and down to free the front of the upper case (there are some hidden plastic clips that need to be clicked off).

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  • Disconnect the trackpad and keyboard ribbon cable from the logic board, removing tape as necessary.
    • Disconnect the trackpad and keyboard ribbon cable from the logic board, removing tape as necessary.

    • Remove the upper case.

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  • Use a spudger to carefully loosen the adhesive securing the sleep light and IR sensor connectors to the top of the hard drive.
    • Use a spudger to carefully loosen the adhesive securing the sleep light and IR sensor connectors to the top of the hard drive.

    • The entire ribbon cable may be glued to the hard drive. In that case, just carefully pry it up bit by bit with a spudger.

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  • Remove the two  T6 screws that are holding down the hard drive retaining bracket (on the right side of the drive).
    • Remove the two T6 screws that are holding down the hard drive retaining bracket (on the right side of the drive).

    • Some machines may use Phillips screws.

    • Lift the hard drive retaining bracket up and out of the computer.

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  • Lift up the hard drive with one hand and use your other hand to disconnect the hard drive cable.
    • Lift up the hard drive with one hand and use your other hand to disconnect the hard drive cable.

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  • Remove the two silver T6 Torx screws and black rubber bumpers from the right side of the hard drive.
    • Remove the two silver T6 Torx screws and black rubber bumpers from the right side of the hard drive.

    • You'll need to transfer these screws and bumpers to your new hard drive if you're changing drives.

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  • Remove the two black T6 Torx screws and black rubber bumpers from the left side of the hard drive.
    • Remove the two black T6 Torx screws and black rubber bumpers from the left side of the hard drive.

    • You'll need to transfer these screws and bumpers to your new hard drive if you're changing drives.

    • If you are installing a new hard drive, we have an OS X install guide to get you up and running.

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  • Sours: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Core+2+Duo+Model+A1211+Hard+Drive+Replacement/459

    MacBook Pro 17" Models A1151 A1212 A1229 and A1261 Hard Drive Replacement

  • Use your fingers to push both battery release tabs away from the battery and lift the battery out of the computer.
    • Use your fingers to push both battery release tabs away from the battery and lift the battery out of the computer.

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  • Remove the four identical Phillips 3.4 mm screws from the memory door.  These screws have 4 mm diameter heads rather than the 3 mm heads on the body screws.
    • Remove the four identical Phillips 3.4 mm screws from the memory door. These screws have 4 mm diameter heads rather than the 3 mm heads on the body screws.

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  • Lift the memory door up enough to get a grip on it, and slide it toward you, pulling it away from the casing.
    • Lift the memory door up enough to get a grip on it, and slide it toward you, pulling it away from the casing.

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  • Remove the three Phillips screws in the battery compartment near the latch. Apple was nice enough to tilt these screws at a slight angle to make them easier to remove.  On the A1261 these screws have 4 mm diameter heads rather than the 3 mm heads on the body screws.
    • Remove the three Phillips screws in the battery compartment near the latch. Apple was nice enough to tilt these screws at a slight angle to make them easier to remove. On the A1261 these screws have 4 mm diameter heads rather than the 3 mm heads on the body screws.

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  • Remove the following six screws:
    • Remove the following six screws:

    • Two 14.5 mm T6 Torx screws on either side of the RAM slot.

    • Four 3.4 mm Phillips screws along the hinge.

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  • Remove the four 3.4 mm Phillips screws on the port side of the computer.
    • Remove the four 3.4 mm Phillips screws on the port side of the computer.

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  • Rotate the computer 90 degrees and remove the two Phillips screws from the rear of the computer.
    • Rotate the computer 90 degrees and remove the two Phillips screws from the rear of the computer.

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  • Rotate the computer 90 degrees again and remove the four Phillips screws from the side of the computer.
    • Rotate the computer 90 degrees again and remove the four Phillips screws from the side of the computer.

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  • Do not yank the upper case off quickly. The case is attached to the logic board via a ribbon cable.
    • Do not yank the upper case off quickly. The case is attached to the logic board via a ribbon cable.

    • Lift up the back of the case and work your fingers along the sides, freeing the case as you go. Once you have freed the sides, you may need to rock the case up and down to free the front of the upper case.

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  • Disconnect the trackpad and keyboard ribbon cable from the logic board.
    • Disconnect the trackpad and keyboard ribbon cable from the logic board.

    • Remove the upper case.

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  • Peel up the orange ribbon cable taped to the top of the hard drive. This cable is still connected to the hard drive, so you will only be able to lift up on the cable a little.
    • Peel up the orange ribbon cable taped to the top of the hard drive. This cable is still connected to the hard drive, so you will only be able to lift up on the cable a little.

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  • Remove the two T6 Torx screws securing the hard drive retaining bracket to the lower case.
    • Remove the two T6 Torx screws securing the hard drive retaining bracket to the lower case.

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  • Lift the hard drive retaining bracket up and out of the computer.
    • Lift the hard drive retaining bracket up and out of the computer.

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  • Lift the hard drive by tilting it from the right hand side, then lift it gently out of the lower case.
    • Lift the hard drive by tilting it from the right hand side, then lift it gently out of the lower case.

    • If present, remove the piece of tape holding the hard drive connector in its socket on the hard drive.

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  • Disconnect the hard drive cable by pulling its connector away from the hard drive.
    • Disconnect the hard drive cable by pulling its connector away from the hard drive.

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  • Remove the two silver T6 Torx screws and white (or black) rubber bumpers from the right side of the hard drive.
    • Remove the two silver T6 Torx screws and white (or black) rubber bumpers from the right side of the hard drive.

    • You'll need to transfer these screws and bumpers to your new hard drive if you're changing drives. Make sure to put these on the right side of the drive when looking at the label with the SATA connector at the far end.

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  • Remove the two silver T6 Torx screws from the left side of the hard drive (the rubber bumpers remain in the case for the left side of the drive)
    • Remove the two silver T6 Torx screws from the left side of the hard drive (the rubber bumpers remain in the case for the left side of the drive)

    • You'll need to transfer these screws to your new hard drive if you're changing drives.

    • If you are installing a new hard drive, we have an OS X install guide to get you up and running.

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  • Sours: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+17-Inch+Models+A1151+A1212+A1229+and+A1261+Hard+Drive+Replacement/319
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    Introduction: Upgrade the Hard Drive on a MacBook Pro (HDD + SSD)

    If the original hard drive on your MacBook Pro is getting a little too full you can replace it with a much larger one pretty easily. After all, hard drives have gotten cheap with 1TB drives available for under $100.

    If you want to give your aging machine an even bigger boost, I'd strongly suggest opting for a new SSD (flash) drive instead. With your system and apps on it, you can get work done much faster as everything will go from sluggish to snappy.

    Either way you go the process is the same and, aside from one long data transfer you can sleep through, it only takes a few minutes.

    Step 1: What You Need

    Here's the small list of hardware you need:
     - new 2.5" HDD or SSD drive
     - external 2.5" USB enclosure ($10)
     - #00 Philips screwdriver
     - T6 screwdriver

    And 2 software options
     - Carbon Copy Cloner  - free for 30 days, $40 after
     - SuperDuper!  - free for basic use (all we need here) and $28 for full services

    I've used both applications for this and both worked equally well for the basic application of hard drive cloning.

    Step 2: Clone Your Hard Drive

    Now we're going to completely copy the hard drive in the MacBook Pro. Complete and total brain cloning. This process is an overnighter for sure. It took me 7 hours to copy over 400GB so plan on roughly 1GB per minute.

    Put the new drive into the USB enclosure and plug it into your MacBook Pro. You'll probably need to use Disk Utility to format the new drive. I used MAC OS Extended (Journaled).

    Fire up either CCC or SuperDuper! and follow the instructions to clone your computer onto the new drive. Since this is the basic use you shouldn't need to fiddle with the settings. Just hit go and leave it alone for a while.

    Step 3: Open Up Your Laptop

    Here's your last chance to bail. Opening up your MacBook Pro opens you to the possibility of messing something up and voiding your warranty so if that bothers you you can just sit tight with what you have. But since you've already gotten this far you're probably both inclined to get it done AND have a machine past warranty anyway.

    So shut down your laptop and flip it over. Use the #00 screwdriver to remove all the screws on the back. On my laptop there are 10 of them. Be sure to place them somewhere safe so they don't roll away into oblivion. These screws love oblivion.

    With the panel removed you can see the hard drive. It's being held in place by 4 more screws. Remove those and you'll be able to lift up the hard drive and unplug it.

    Remove the four posts on the side of the hard drive with the T6 screwdriver.

    And that's it! Everything unscrewed and removed! Now let's put it back together again.

    NOTE: your computer may be slightly different. If it is and you're afraid to go it alone, check out ifixit for more guides.

    Step 4: Put It All Back

    Now we do everything in reverse.
    1. Add the four posts to the new drive (shown in pic)
    2. Plug in the new drive
    3. Insert new drive
    4. Screw in 4 screws for new drive
    5. Put panel back on
    6. Screw in 10 screws in the panel
    And... that's it. Turn the machine on and you're good to go. Enjoy your upgraded machine!

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