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    Internal hard drive from 120 to 750-1000 GB...
    I have a macbook intel Core 2 Duo, 2Ghz processor speed, 1 GB memory, with the stock Toshiba 120 GB hard drive... Would it be at all possible to put in a 750 GB or 1TB internal hard drive for this? or will the macbook not support that much memory...

    Any advice or anything will be greatly appreciated...

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    No, the largest drive out is a 320GB HD for laptops. I think the 500GB drives are still too thick for the MacBook and Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryphotoguy View Post
    No, the largest drive out is a 320GB HD for laptops. I think the 500GB drives are still too thick for the MacBook and Pro.
    500gb 9.5mm are available

    http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Other...ng/HM500JIMU2/

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