MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable

  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / New / With Bracket
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / New / Without Bracket
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / New / Without Bracket
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / Used / With Bracket
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / Used / With Bracket
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / Used / Without Bracket
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable / Used / Without Bracket
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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Late 2011) Hard Drive Cable

$44.99

$44.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a damaged hard drive cable in your Early-Late 2011 MacBook Pro 13" Unibody laptop computer with this part to fix the connection of an unrecognized drive.

Note

May include optional set of 5 rubber strips that provide additional protection during jostling and movement of the hard drive/computer.

Repair Stories

My Problem

The mac could not see the hard drive and we had just replaced it with a stateless drive.

My Fix

The repair went great as my son followed a short explanation video online. Took only 25 minutes or so and saved a TON like $75.00.

My Advice

Just make sure you are ordering the correct part. We did our research and got expe . . .

My Problem

I've run into this problem a bunch of times across several MBPs. I don't know why I keep running into faulty SATA cables, but at this point I'm a pro at replacing them.

My Fix

The repair went well, but the cable has failed again. I'm not looking at other vendors for a different cable.

My Advice

The repair is very eas . . .

My Problem

Mac didn't boot, couldn't find the drive, a new-ish SSD I had installed previously. Sure enough, when plugged into another computer, the drive showed up, leading me to believe the culprit was the cable.

My Fix

Easy, remove back plate, remove old cable, slap in new cable, screw on back plate. Realize the you . . .

My Problem

Computer would not boot - showed file folder with X.

My Fix

Instructions were well written with pictures. Most difficult task was reinstalling Hard Drive Cable hold down screws.

My Advice

None needed.

My Problem

My cable connecting the harddrive to the computer was faulty. But I didn’t know that. All I saw was a folder with a question mark flashing on my screen. Fortunately or unfortunately, this happened twice before so I knew what I had to do (or hoped I was correct).

My Fix

I ordered the device. It came on tim . . .

My Problem

My computer crashed and without any knowledge I was up a creek without a paddle. However I went to the Apple store so they could run a diagnostic on my computer. The gentleman that helped me suggested I go through ifixit.com in order to solve my problem. Thankfully the crashed computer wasn't anythi . . .

My Problem

Harddrive cable fix.

My Fix

The repair was quite easy because I fixed it before.

My Advice

The only advice is to make sure you disconnect the battery cable just in case power goes through while you're fixing any wires and dont want to short circuit any other wiring.

My Problem

The computer would no longer boot and came up with a folder with a question mark in it.

My Fix

The repair was not hard, but a little tedious getting the ribbon cable in place and making the 90 degree bends and sticking it to the bottom of the hard drive area. It was difficult to place the hard drive back i . . .

My Problem

My laptop is in very good condition, but for this one fault.

My Fix

I didn't do the repair, but the man who did said the instructions were excellent and that it all went smoothly.

My Advice

Not really!

My Problem

The computer refused to boot with the familiar folder with the? in the middle. This was obviously a bad hard drive right - NOT! OK motherboard right, no. This is tricky to diagnose in that you have to physically remove the hard drive, not a problem on the 2012 MacBook Pro. Drive OK motherboard . . .

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