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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 RAMの交換

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  1. MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 RAMの交換, 下部ケースのネジを外す: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • MacBook Pro 13インチ Unibodyに留められた底ケースから次のネジを10本外します。

    • 3 mmプラスネジー7本

    • 13.5 mmプラスネジー3本

  2. MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 RAMの交換, 下部ケースを持ち上げて外す: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • 取付台タブを外すため、底ケースをわずかに持ち上げて、デバイス本体の背中側に向けて押します。

  3. MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 RAMの交換, バッテリー: step 3, image 1 of 1
    • 作業前の注意点として、放電を防ぐためロジックボードからバッテリーコネクターの接続を外してください。

    • スパッジャーの平面側先端を使って、ロジックボード上のソケットからバッテリーコネクターを持ち上げます。

  4. MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 RAMの交換, RAM: step 4, image 1 of 1
    • RAMから両側のタブを同時に押すと、チップの両側にあるタブが外れます。

    • これらのタブがチップを固定しています。このタブを外すと”カチ”っという音がしてチップが出てきます。

  5. MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 RAMの交換: step 5, image 1 of 1
    • RAMチップが取り出せたら、ソケットからまっすぐ引っ張ります。

    • 2番目のRAMチップが搭載されている場合は、同じ手順を繰り返します。



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Please answer this question. Today i purchase Macbook Pro core2duo model: A1278 year: 2010 Laptop and i found the ram is 2gb DDR3 1333mhz bus speed.

So will 1333mhz bus speed support my macbook or it will crash randomly ? or i should buy another ram of 1066mhz bus speed.


Muhammad Talha - Reply

The front side buss speed is 1066mhz so that the speed the board talks to everything including memory, it can't talk any faster so putting 1333mhz will run at 1066mhz. So I would go with 1066mhz and save your money. If you also make sure you firmware for the board is up-to-date and you are running latest OS it can take you should've able to run 16GB ram, even if apple say it only supports 8GB. If you get the correct ram you can run 16GB that's what I have in mine running high Sierra. In have same system as you. You may also want to think about adding a solid state drive in place of the drive that's in with will probably be a mechanical drive. Believe me you will seen the difference in speed when the system starts up etc.

Gordon -

Be careful ! according to different other customers experience (read ifixit forum) and my own, it might be a hit or a miss.

I tried the upgrade to 16gb, no matter where or which one of the 8gb ram module is place, the Mac doesn’t want to recognize more than one module at a time, so I ended with 8+2=10gb , which is still an upgrade but deceiving money wise.

Sebastien CHAPUIS - Reply

Which MHz speed do your 8 GB modules have? If both are faster then 1333 then the Mac will not startup. I can combine a original 2 GB 1066MHz module with a 8GB 1600MHz to 10GB then the older module decides the speed and it works. But if both are the 1600MHz then the bios will not boot and I get an error signal. Will see if it could be cheaper to just get one 8GB module with 1066 or 1333 that forces the 1600 to work at lower speed.

Claes -

Hi Sebastien,

My machine had similar symptoms. See my comment below. GL!

bprima -

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