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Old 01-17-2009, 05:59 AM
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Upgrade HDD on Unibody MacBook Pro

Hi there! I just got myself a new unibody MacbookPro and i want to upgrade the HDD from the 250GB drive to a 7200RPM 320GB drive (the WD Scorpia Black). My plan: putting the new drive in an external enclosure, letting SD doing its thing, and exchanging the old drive with the new one. In my hopes and dreams, this would just work... but i ran in so many issues when upgrading from my old macbook pro 2,33GHZ (that was stolen) to the new machine (the bootable clones did not boot, restoring from the backups also not really, and and and...) that i am afraid this operation, as easy as it might sound, won't go so easy. Anything i have to be aware off?

Thank ya all in advance!
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