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Looking for a larger HardDrive for MacBook Laptop?

Is there a 1TB HardDrive for the MacBook 2009 Laptop yet?

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A. 1.0TB WD Scorpio Blue 5200RPM SATA *12.5mm* HD with Advanced Format Technology - Fits all Apple MacBook/MacBook Pro 'Unibody' Models (13/15/17"), MacBook Pro 'pre-unibody' 17", and PC Laptops which support 12.5mm SATA Drives. New with 3yr WD Warranty. (WDGWD10TPVT)

B. 1.0TB 2.5" Samsung Spinpoint MT2 5400RPM 12.5mm SATA Notebook Drive w/8MB Cache- For Apple MacBook/MacBook Pro 'Unibody' Models (13/15/17"), MacBook Pro 'pre-unibody' 17", and PC Laptops which support 12.5mm SATA Drives. New with 3 year Samsung Warranty. (SAMHM100UI)

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These drives won't fit any Macbook or Macbook Pro, these drives are 12.5MM and will not fit. 9.5MM is the size this PO needs.


Depends on which Macbook---following statement from the linked drive.

Fits all Apple MacBook/MacBook Pro 'Unibody' Models (13/15/17"), MacBook Pro 'pre-unibody' 17" +


I must of missed where the PO mentioned he had a unibody or a pre-unibody 17". I'll re-read the question 4 more times.


Majesty please feel free to answer the question yourself instead of just leaving a negative vote.


When I have time, I do answer the questions that I have knowledge of. Now, the problem is that you have turned this site into a point race where people aren't even given the correct or accurate answers to questions because everyone is in a race to answer and get points to feed their ego. I just read a question which a PO asked if a upgrade would cause overheating issues and you merely pointed him to the parts he needed but never addressed the overheating issue. At at the end of the question, the PO asked again, "how about the over-heating issue"..and didn't receive a response. Yet you received upvotes for that answer. That's just one example. I see this all the time!!!! Or you ask for the last 3 digits of the serial number, provide the product specs, but don't address the issue. Yet you receive an upvote for it. LOL it's actually comical.


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