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I don't believe there is going to be a way to know that drive was the original drive shipped with it or not. Apple uses several different drives. The original could have died the first month and been replaced under warranty with another drive from Apple.

Not really sure why it would matter in any case whether it was the original as long as it's a functioning drive.

Probably the only way you'll find out, would be to get Apple to provide you with the serial # of the drive that shipped with that unit and compare it to the serial # of the drive you have. That info can be found in About This Mac without opening the machine.

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