6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 27, 2012 4:40 PM by coander15
Ntu2ko Level 1 (0 points)

does macbook 7,1( 13 inch-mid 2010) take 8gb of ram?and which hardrive upgrade whould be advisable for my mac?


MacBook (13-inch Mid 2010)
  • stedman1 Level 9 (69,739 points)

    It will accept 8gB of PC 3 8500, 1066mHz RAM.

     

    Stedman

  • Ntu2ko Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanx bro,I've been using my macbook for recording on Logic pro 9 and getting "error the disk is too slow"message does getting another internal hardrive slove this problem on not?

  • coander15 Level 3 (560 points)

    You can install any 2.5" SATA Hard Drive. An SSD would be best (it's faster) but they are more expensive. Your choice space, or speed.

  • stedman1 Level 9 (69,739 points)

    You're welcome. Sorry, I missed the 2nd part of your question, but I see coander15 posted a reply for you.

     

    Stedman

  • Ntu2ko Level 1 (0 points)

    This might sound stupid but,is a seagate 3.5 hardrive 1000GB(7200rpm) better than a 2.5 hadrive?and does it fall under SSD hardrives?

  • coander15 Level 3 (560 points)

    Ntu2ko wrote:

     

    is a seagate 3.5 hardrive 1000GB(7200rpm) better than a 2.5 hadrive?and does it fall under SSD hardrives?

    No it is not an SSD because it has a rotating speed. Solid-State Drives have no moving parts. This drive rotates @ 7200 RPM it has a moving disk. A 3.5" drive will not fit in your MacBook Pro, and I don't think that having a 3.5 is any better than having a 2.5. I'm not 100% sure, I'll get back to you on that. I'm pretty sure there's no difference.