SSD Hard Drive Replacement Choices
I am new to the technical side of computers, but have decided to upgrade to a 128gb Crucial SSD Drive. I have heard, or seen that it may be possible to have dual drives installed in this particular model. Is this true? I would like to install my Mac (OS Lion), Windows 7 via Boot Camp, and my Apps (both OS'), onto the SSD, and leave the platter drive for all my data. Am I biting off more than I can chew, or is this actually possible. If so, would this drive be an adequate choice?
To install two hard drives or an SSD and a hard drive you will need to remove the optical drive and use a optical drive adapter like this one: Unibody Laptop Dual Drive
You can then use an external optical drive enclosure to put the old optical drive.
Add a hard drive to your laptop by replacing the optical drive with a second hard drive. Compatible with all Unibody MacBooks and Unibody MacBook Pros (excluding MacBook Pro Retina). 9.5 mm Internal SATA Optical Bay for SATA Hard Drives. — 50+ available at 39.95 each.