MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009/Mid 2010) Hard Drive Cable

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  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009/Mid 2010) Hard Drive Cable / Without Bracket / Used
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  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009/Mid 2010) Hard Drive Cable / With Bracket / Used
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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009/Mid 2010) Hard Drive Cable

This option has the IR sensor but no indicator light or hard drive bracket attached. The indicator light and hard drive bracket can easily be swapped from an existing part.

$39.99

$39.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Fix an unrecognized drive in your Macbook Unibody

  • Replacement SATA cable for 13" Unibodies
  • This cable can wear out, causing connection problems.

Please read the option descriptions to determine if the hard drive bracket is included.

This part only works in the A1278 MacBook Pro Mid 2009/Mid 2010. It will not work in other MacBook Pro models or the A1278 MacBook Unibody.

Compatibility

Repair Stories

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My Problem

needed new cable for mac har rive

My Fix

Excellent service and attentiveness

My Advice

Quality always counts!

I do not normally write reviews. This time the mention was necessary

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My Problem

The Mac stopped booting when the storage drive was inside but worked fine with it connected by USB, so the HD data cable needed to be replaced.

My Fix

The repair was almost totally smooth. The one wrinkle was that one of the tiny screws holding the cable in place wouldn't come out and started stripping. For . . .

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My Problem

The computer wouldn't restart properly.

My Fix

It went easier than expected.

My Advice

Trust yourself and do the repair, but make sure to have the right tools.

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My Problem

The Heard disk Drive cable doesn't work

My Fix

It was easy, following the repair guide in ifixit

My Advice

No

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My Problem

My son was moving from south Florida to Pittsburgh, PA and the week of the move, his 13" MacBook Pro mid 2009 showed the "Slashed Folder icon and would not boot. Also, the trackpad had become very difficult to depress. I really like that Apple products seem to last and last, so why not try to nurse . . .

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My Problem

Powerbook was acting as if the hard drive was crashing. Replacement drive was better but did not fix all read-write symptoms. Online searches revealed hard drive cable wears out over time (laptop is almost seven years old). Moving drive to external housing revealed that it was fine.

My Fix

Package was a lit . . .

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My Problem

My hard drive became corrupted due to a faulty hard drive cable, rendering my computer unusable.

My Fix

I had some experience taking my computer apart when I installed an SSD, but this was still a very easy and quick repair. I didn't buy the bracket, so reattaching the indicator light was like threading a n . . .

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My Problem

A young friend's laptop stopped working. It wasn't too hard to figure out the hard drive cable had crapped out.

My Fix

So easy I made my young friend do most of it himself. Seven year old laptop still runs like a boss.

My Advice

This repair is so simple, that even if you don't watch the video, you're going to be able . . .

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My Problem

Faulty HHD cable.

My Fix

Easy replacement. Cable worked no problem. Thank you

My Advice

Easy fix...thanks for a quality product

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My Problem

I got a question mark inside a folder icon on start up. Hard drive wasn't recognized

My Fix

It went great. This is so easy! Got a new cable and followed instructions provided by ifixit and comments.

My Advice

Before assuming your old hard drive broke down, try removing the hard drive and connect it to your computer vi . . .

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