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MacBook Pro - HDD Upgrade

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Member Since: Oct 27, 2007
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Just a couple quick questions:

If I upgrade my HDD to a 300GB will this void my warranty?
If I get Apple to do it will the warranty still be in tacked?
How difficult is it to do a HDD upgrade?

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