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Introduzione

L'aggiunta di un secondo disco nel computer portatile offre diversi vantaggi, fra cui velocità più elevate, maggiore spazio di archiviazione e la possibilità di installare nuovi software senza problemi. Utilizzare questa guida per eseguire l'installazione mediante il nostro case per hard drive nell'alloggiamento ottico.

  1. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Installazione del case inferiore nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 1, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere le otto viti con testa a croce da 4 mm che fissano il case inferiore al MacBook.

    According to this page http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1651?viewl..., the 8 screws are not identical.

    Can anybody tell me where each kind of screw is supposed to go?

    Gregoire - Replica

    They are all 100% Identical. You were probably looking at a different model, or Apple has entered the wrong information... Hey, It happens...

    weeowey weeowey -

    The screws on the Late 2009 are identical. The blue lock compound might make tightening some require a little more effort.

    svenaustx - Replica

    Can I replace it with a SATA 3 cable?

    nm - Replica

    A1342 macbook does not have the right controller to support sata III

    weeowey weeowey -

    hi, i just got back from the apple store and they are really keen for me to upgrade to a new laptop since my battery is old and the screen is cracked, so glad i found ifixit i would love to upgrade this puppy! gonna make it a real sleeper! styler hall wrote about sticking 16 gb of ram in his a 1342 ? is this a simply mather of ordering 3 4gb sticks ?aslo i currently have 4 gb and would like to upgrade to 8 ( or indeed 16) does that mean i need to buy all new sticks or can i continue to use the old one and stick a new one next to it ?

    thanks again mick van aar, perth western aus.

    michelvanaar - Replica

    The A1342 will take up to 16 GB of RAM, however, there are only two RAM slots, so use two 8-GB RAM modules. Other World Computing (OWC) is a great reference source for info on exactly which RAM to use with which model; prices are usually much better on EBay though. Add an SSD from OWC and your machine will really scream!

    I hope that helps!

    gdesbrisay -

    Gregoire is right. The 8 screws are absolutely NOT identical, I’m looking at them right now, weeowey weeowey.

    John Guzman - Replica

    I just wanted to say that, in 2020, i used these instructions to replace the magsafe socket on my A1286, mid-2012, pre-Retina MacBook Pro. The internal layout is not quite the same but close enough for me to do the job. I skipped the steps of fully disconnecting the fans and speakers because of what others had said about breaking the sockets. it just meant I had to be extremely careful when lifting up the main board so that I did not tear and break the connections. I was able to disconnect the old magsafe socket with the board flat and in situ, but there was no where near enough room to be able to aline and press home the new par home. Reluctantly i had to lever up the board. This was difficult as there is a tapped post that holds a screw in the way close to where the USB sockets are, that prevented the board lifting up and out. I had to be quite forceful to manouevre the sockets out from the edge of the case.

    Paul Burridge - Replica

  2. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 2, immagine 1 di 3 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 2, immagine 2 di 3 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 2, immagine 3 di 3
    • La struttura del case inferiore è in alluminio con rivestimento in gomma. Durante la rimozione, non piegare eccessivamente l'alluminio, poiché eventuali deformazioni permanenti causerebbero problemi di tolleranze dopo il riassemblaggio.

    • Sollevare leggermente il case inferiore in prossimità dell'apertura della presa d'aria.

    • Continuare a far scorrere le dita fra i case superiore e inferiore finché quello superiore non si sgancia dalle levette di fissaggio.

    • La posizione di queste tre levette è indicata nella terza immagine.

    Do the retaining clips have to be re-engaged when replacing the lower case?

    John Morley - Replica

    Answering my own question, the clips re-engage when the lower case is correctly positioned. You can help them by gently pressing the lower case with your thumbs midway along the two short sides. When everything is correctly aligned the eight screw holes line up.

    John Morley -

    Rather than running your fingernail down the sides to free up the retaining clips, I found that using an old credit card, inserted about 1/4”, to run along the left and right side popped those end retaining clips right off with no problem. You may need to twist the card slightly when in the middle area to help pop those off.

    bdahl385 - Replica

  3. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Installazione della batteria nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 3, immagine 1 di 1
    • Per precauzione, suggeriamo di scollegare il connettore della batteria dalla scheda logica per evitare eventuali scariche elettriche. Il passaggio è facoltativo.

    • Mediante l'estremità piatta di un inseritore, sollevare il connettore del cavo della batteria dal connettore femmina sulla scheda logica tirandolo verso l'alto.

    • Potrebbe essere più semplice utilizzare le unghie per sollevare il connettore da entrambi i lati.

    you do not need to remove the battery when replacing the hard drive or ram

    brilldoctor - Replica

    beware not to lift the connector to close of the angle, as the picture suggest it. It might broke the angle. Attack by the middle.

    naamol - Replica

    Not necessary?

    hikkymemo - Replica

    Be careful of the corner of the battery cable connector when trying to pry it off with the spudge. I knocked the corner of mine. No operational impact but was not very pleasing!

    jljordanweb - Replica

    Not necessary, but a good idea, so as to avoid any spurious charges going through the boards...

    svenaustx - Replica

    @Svenaustx - What could happen if not removing this battery? Worst case? Not a geek on this but did change RAM on my Macbook Pro "15. Can't remember disconneting the battery back then. Shouldn't it be sufficient shutting the Mac off and ensure it has been used for an hour or so before replacing RAM?

    Allan Clarke -

    i used a metal pry and noticed some sparking when i disconnected the battery. replaced ram. now it wont turn on. did i fry it?

    Ian Lynch - Replica

  4. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Installazione della presa d'aria posteriore nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 4, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere le viti seguenti dal lato con unità ottica della presa posteriore:

    • Due viti Torx T8 da 10 mm

    • Due viti con testa a croce da 5 mm

    Hi, i have an issue with the screw in the middle: it is blocked and the top is now damaged... Any suggestion?

    Corrado - Replica

    I have a problem with the two middle screws

    Harlan Shannon - Replica

  5. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 5, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere le viti seguenti dal lato della porta della presa d'aria posteriore:

    • Due viti Torx T8 da 10 mm

    • Due viti con testa a croce da 5 mm

    The left-most philips screw in this picture does not seem to go in properly. The best I could do was use the screw with least of the blue screwlock on it and then err on the side of leaving the white plastic a bit Ioose in that location.

    QuincyMB - Replica

    Be very careful when putting the Torx screws back as they are very easy to leverage and seems to bend the white piece at some point, making me nervous they could crack it. Don't overdo these.

    QuincyMB - Replica

  6. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 6, immagine 1 di 1
    • Sollevare con attenzione la presa d'aria posteriore dal case superiore.

    you can actually stop disassembling now and try to replace it now. after removing two t6 screws it came off pretty easily

    grze - Replica

    Good tip, thanks! I skipped ahead to step 17 and had no problem getting the magsafe board out from under the logic board and the new one installed. Saves a lot of work disconnecting connectors indicated as Fragile!

    matt15 -

    Thank You! Saved me an hour or so of work and a lot of stress!

    15sweyandt -

    I also did Step 6, then skipped to Step 17 & 18. Once I had the display data cable off, I could remove the 2 T6 Torx screws holding the MagSafe board on and remove it. You can reach under the logic board with the point of the spudger to work the cable out of the socket. Note how you maneuver the board out of the tight space so you can maneuver it back in. When you put the new MagSafe board in, plug in the cable first. If you bend the wires so the plug approaches the socket at the appropriate angle, you can nudge it in with the pointed end of the spudger.

    hpendleton -

    Thanks a lot for this hint! You saved my macbook, when I failed to unscrew the fan because of one completely destroyed screw. Thanks to your comment I skipped steps 7-16 and went straight to replacing the magsafe board without problems. The spudger and some 3D imagination and done,

    Sebastian M -

  7. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Installazione dell'unità ottica nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 7, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere la vite con testa a croce da 12 mm che fissa la parte superiore dell'alloggiamento dell'altoparlante posteriore al case superiore.

  8. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 8, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere la vite con testa a croce da 2,2 mm inserita in senso orizzontale nella parte laterale dell'unità ottica.

    Finding this screw wasn't easy

    Leonardo Echeverria - Replica

    Where did you find that Screwdriver?

    jesusalbaregidor - Replica

    I put my laptop vertically so I could get the screw out. Trying it sideways while the laptop laid flat wasn’t working.

    Mr Poofy - Replica

  9. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 9, immagine 1 di 1
    • Utilizzare l'estremità piatta di un inseritore per rimuovere il connettore del cavo piatto AirPort/Bluetooth dalla scheda logica.

  10. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 10, immagine 1 di 1
    • Utilizzare l'estremità piatta di un inseritore per rimuovere il connettore dell'altoparlante posteriore dalla scheda logica.

    • Sollevare i fili sottostanti.

    • Questo connettore è molto delicato e si rompe facilmente.

    Step 10. If you are having difficulty with the small connector, insert something thin and long underneath it (preferably not metal, as you can scratch the motherboard that way). There is some space under it that you can use to get it loose.

    Remember, the amount of force required to loosen it is very small. Take a break if necessary if you are getting frustrated.

    Stephen Eilert - Replica

    I would recommend not removing this as part of this step. You can easily slide the drive under the speaker wire -- just lift it from the side with two screws carefully.

    Matt Mastracci - Replica

    i just broke the connector! Be very carefully here. Needed to sold the speaker cabels then...

    rafa74 - Replica

    I broke it, obviously... I tried to put it back; it seems to be solid enought, but the speaker now sounds really bad(low and noisy-undefined). Any ideas on how to fix it?

    gl84 - Replica

    PLEASE TAKE THIS STEP AWAY!!!!!

    I now have the same as the rest of the loyalty of Ifixit’s…. I glued it and have the crappy tinny low volume sounds, thanks

    Peter -

    Same here. I broke it too, tried to glue it back and have sound, luckily, but very bad quality. THIS STEP IS UNNECESSARY!

    Jens Lubbadeh - Replica

    This step has been very badly explained. I too have now broken my speaker connection. As others have said, you're just trying to lift the cable up NOT "PRY THE SPEAKER CONNECTOR UP OFF THE LOGIC BOARD" as instructed here! Doing this will break the soldered connection to the board. Now I need to take it to a professional for a solder repair.

    Nick - Replica

    Hi There, broke the connector.

    I could not remove the cable even with the broken off connector.

    Soldered it back on, low wattage and very little tin needed.

    When putting the drive back in, I found that the loudspeaker cable could easily fit under the drive holder.

    So, in future in case of problems with the drive, no more broken off connectors..

    vos474 - Replica

    Do not try to remove that connector ! It is too much fragile. As other users did, I broke it … And I don’t know if it will be possible to repair it.

    Jean-Pierre Giovanni - Replica

    Same here, I was very careful, but the connector broke off, of course. Tried to glue it back, but now the sound it very low, noisy, almost useless. Any idea to fix it? :)

    szezo - Replica

    Are you f****g serious? This step is unnecessary!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    My connector broke!!!!! How can i fix it????

    Jack son - Replica

  11. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 11, immagine 1 di 1
    • Ruotare con attenzione il gruppo dell'altoparlante posteriore (con cavi AirPort/Bluetooth ancora collegati) fuori dal case inferiore.

  12. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 12, immagine 1 di 1
    • Utilizzare l'estremità piatta di un inseritore per rimuovere il connettore dell'unità ottica dalla scheda logica.

    The connector broke while removing it... be careful

    Leonardo Echeverria - Replica

  13. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 13, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere la vite con testa a croce da 4,5 mm che fissa la staffa dell'unità ottica al case superiore, in prossimità della ventola.

    The screw here in my laptop was stuck. If this happens to anyone else I recommend using needle nose pliers, and put rubber band over the screw, and grasp the screw by the sides with the plier to work it out slow until you can unscrew it.

    Mr Poofy - Replica

  14. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 14, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovere le due viti con testa a croce da 2,5 mm che fissano l'unità ottica al case superiore, in prossimità della relativa apertura.

  15. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 15, immagine 1 di 1
    • Sollevare l'unità ottica da un punto vicino al suo connettore ed estrarla dal case superiore per rimuoverla dal computer.

  16. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Unità Ottica: passo 16, immagine 1 di 1
    • Estrarre il connettore del cavo dell'unità ottica dal corpo di quest'ultima.

    Don't forget to put this connector on the new enclosure!

    Gregoire - Replica

  17. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 17, immagine 1 di 1
    • Rimuovi le due viti nere a croce Phillips #0 che fissano la piccola staffa di montaggio in metallo. Trasferisci questa staffa alla tua nuova unità ottica o al case del disco fisso.

  18. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Doppio Disco Rigido: passo 18, immagine 1 di 2 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342, Doppio Disco Rigido: passo 18, immagine 2 di 2
    • Rimuovi il distanziale di plastica dal case del disco rigido nell'alloggiamento dell'unità ottica premendo una delle clip poste da ciascun lato e sollevandolo dal case.

    is it 9,5mm or 12,7mm for the caddy? My stuff macbook pro mid 2010, need advice what size is compatible. Thank you

    Adi Purba - Replica

    All Macbooks use 9.5mm Optical Drive Caddy, also, If you’re wondering as well, the Optical Drive runs at SATA II speeds just like with the main hard drive area, so if you’re using a SSD, then it’s going to run at a slightly slower speed.

    - PS5iscool - - Replica

  19. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 19, immagine 1 di 3 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 19, immagine 2 di 3 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 19, immagine 3 di 3
    • Verifica che i connettori del disco rigido siano rivolti verso il basso prima di posizionarlo nel case.

    • Posiziona il disco rigido delicatamente nell'apposito slot del case.

    • Tenendo saldamente il case in posizione con una mano, premi con l'altra il disco rigido nei connettori del case.

    Okay it seems like some models of MacBook Pro have issues with a fast (6Gbit/s) SSD in the optical bay. Even though my Mac says it offers 6Gbit on both bays it simply didn't work in the optical bay. So I switched places between the two drives and everything seems to work. My Mac booted from the old HDD in optical bay automatically and then I cloned it afterwards and changed the startup disk to the new one. As said before, don't put a fast SSD in the optical bay!

    Carl - Replica

    This is an extremely late response to an old comment, but… whatev’s. My 2011 MacBook Pro had that issue: the main (HDD bay) SATA operated at 6Gbit, and while the optical bay said it was 6Gbit, the “Negotiated Link Speed” was like 1.5Gbits regardless of what you put in it (I can understand 1.5Gbits for an optical drive, but not for an SSD). Some of the early 2012 models did the same thing, from what I understand, but that was corrected pretty early on; both my 13” and 15” 2012’s run at 6Gb/s on both SATA busses.

    AJH -

    It’s not wise to swop the optidrive for an HD as there is no physical protection. The caddy is only intended for an SSD.

    Ben Ormerod - Replica

  20. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 20, immagine 1 di 2 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 20, immagine 2 di 2
    • Una volta agganciato il disco rigido, reinserisci il distanziale di plastica tenendo il disco premuto contro la parte inferiore del case.

    Normally with the HD enclosure there come a set of screws. use these to screw down the HD in the enclosure since you need to flip it up side down to reinstall it into the MBP

    Bart - Replica

  21. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 21, immagine 1 di 2 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 21, immagine 2 di 2
    • Fissa l'unità al case con due viti con testa a croce Phillips #1.

    Where are these screws coming from? Were they part of the original optical drive?

    Bradley DeHerrera - Replica

    The new enclosure should include these two Phillips screws.

    Sam Omiotek -

    Can someone show the step of removal process of hdd/SSD placed in the caddy? I am unable to revert this process. Do we have to apply back greater force to remove back the hard drive/SSD from the caddy?

    Tarun Kumar Verma - Replica

    Gads, I wish they made a caddy where the optical drive was removable without having to remove the entire caddy. That is a major peeve of mine. Like… just mount it the other way! I don’t want to have to go through this entire process every time I upgrade the secondary drive.

    AJH - Replica

  22. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 22, immagine 1 di 1
    • Collega la staffa dell'unità ottica al nuovo case mediante due viti con testa a croce Phillips #0.

    • Ricollega tutti i cavi rimossi dall'unità ottica originale nel case dell'alloggiamento ottico.

    Replaced the optical with hdd, as well as replaced the hard drive with an ssd. Now I get the circle with a line through it. But, when I hold the option key down, it gives me both hard drives, PLUS, the thumb drive I have in the USB port with a Mountain Lion installer. It even shows the recovery disks, but gives me the circle with the line when I choose one. Any help is appreciated.

    claude - Replica

    Mate,

    My mbp shipped with OS 10.8, and I had upgraded twice to 10.10

    I've a 10.7 USB which upgraded my old MBP.

    My plan today was to boot with my new ssd, my time machine back up and the Lion usb plugged in.

    I would then click on the Lion usb, and tell it to put the OS and time machine back up on the ssd.

    So I help down ALT and when it started it gave me the options of the usual Mac internal or the Lion USB.

    I clicked Lion, but instead of taking me to the install options (Disk utility, restore from time machine etc etc) it gave me that grey circle with a diagonal line through it. The no entry sign - grey on grey - that I think you have.

    Some googling said that it is because I was trying to usb a 10.7 install on a MBP that shipped 10.8

    You can't go back, apparently.

    So if any of the OSs are older than the mac you got, you will get this error. The grey in grey no entry.

    I just cloned my HDD to my ssd (Carbon copy cloner free 30 day trial) using an external stat-usb3 wire and all is good.

    Rory -

    I have a 17" Macbook Pro6,1 unibody with an Intel Core i5, 2.53GHz. I was successful installing a 250GB SSD in the DVD bay, and I'm able to boot from it. I did this by first installing OS X 10.9.4 on the SSD mounted into an external HD case, testing the system to see if it would boot up into the SSD, then installing the SSD and carrier in the DVD drive bay. The system now boots up from the SSD with no problems. If you are having installation problems, I recommend trying this method.

    roger hall - Replica

    I just have finished installing second SSD to my MBP (unibody 15` 2010).

    First one was changed like one year ago. Samsung 500GB SSD. It is in my HDD bay and I'm running system from it.

    Today I put a new Samsung 1TB 850 Evo 1 SSD in to my optic bay.

    I encounter problem with SSD not recognized by Finder.

    But It was recognized by Disk Utility.

    What I did was I erase new SSD by Disk Utility. Then the new partition was created and now It has been seen by Finder.

    So If you see it in Disk Utility just erased it.

    Some extra info in under this link--> https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-4...

    Wish you all luck :)

    rybafly - Replica

    My installation went great thanks to the guide. I did notice a small thing that might make a good tip, and that is to inspect all the visible screws. I saw one that was slightly raised, and when I poked around with the spudger, I found 2 more that had worked themselves out a bit. Its probably something super rare but at the age of these things, it wouldn't hurt to check.

    Tineyi Chapisa - Replica

  23. Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 23, immagine 1 di 3 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 23, immagine 2 di 3 Installazione del doppio hard drive nel MacBook Unibody modello A1342: passo 23, immagine 3 di 3
    • Non buttare via questo disco! Puoi ancora usare l'unità ottica esternamente con l'aiuto del nostro cavo USB per Unità Ottica SATA.

    • Allinea la spina del cavo SATA con la presa sull'unità e connettila bene.

    • Collega il connettore USB al tuo portatile e la tua unità ottica è pronta all'uso.

    There is a small metal button in the front of the drive and you can use that to eject the drive if you were wondering.

    Joseph Landry - Replica

    Maybe that explain the eject button mechanism maybe….

    - PS5iscool - - Replica

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when i did i have a gray screen and in the middle i have a question mark in a file and it flashing

Rayan Sait - Replica

You haven't installed and software on the new hardrive. Install some using a boot disk or USB

Jesse Mora -

Hi! I have a big problem... I have MB unibody 09. After install the hdd the MB doesn't switch on, so I reinstall the dvd unit and after try sometimes the laptop starts and at the status bar appears there has no a battery and the fan works very hard.

I find an area near the switch battery ( in the mainboard), that I unplugged to install the hdd, where there is an small chip that takes a very high temperature when I plug the batery connector... So what could be the problem, and what can I do?

I followed step by step so I Don't know where can be the problem... Some help please!

Diego de Vicente Contreras - Replica

Is it possible to remove the optical drive and connect a sata extension cable where it was connected to the motherboard? The sata extension cable would stick out thru the cd entry. this way one could had a sata port to connect external hard drives faster than by the usb 2.0 ports! I don't understand much about electronics so I'm sorry if it's a stupid question.

adridiaspereira - Replica

Question. Do you have to format the 2nd hard drive before you install it?

Thanks

Daniel Rechter - Replica

I would make sure it is formatted. I would use a external hard drive case or usb to sata adapter to format it in disk utility first before installing it on the second sata connector. I would also hold down option and command P R all at same time to reset your Macs configuration, and then when it restarts again and chimes then hold down option until you can select your original hard drive with Mac partition or usb installer. So you can install a fresh copy of MacOS after using disk utility in the setup menu of usb installer to create new raid 1 or 0 configuration partitioning. Then install fresh copy of MacOS…

Black Einstein - Replica

Gr8 thread m8. The pictures are awesome and the instructions are perfect. This took me 20 minutes tops.

Joelynn Carter - Replica

Is anyone having the “Error Code 36” Error when trying to utilise this HDD in the disk drive bay? I had tried the dot_clean error so many times plus a multitude of formatting options and I am getting no where with it, I simply cannot use the drive at the moment as every time you attempt to move a file to it you get the error.

Tom Rundle - Replica

Thanks very much for a very clear set of instructions that made this much easier for me than your general difficulty rating suggested. My only hitch was stripping the head of one of the 5.2 mm Phillips screws holding the vent. I tried a few things but then gave up and decided to drill the head of the screw off. Unfortunately, I was not able to grip enough of the remaining screw head to remove it and replace it. I decided I would leave that for another day and simply reassembled everything. Perfect.

papagordie - Replica

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