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Macbook 13.3 A1181


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My daughter's A1181 came to an unfortunate end last week...

We pulled the hard drive and sold the rest as parts. It was serial #W8837B2H0P0 Macbook Early 2008. MB402LL/A

The question is, will that drive work in any A1181 that supports serial ATA drives? Or does it have to be an Early 2008 MB402LL/A or MB403LL/A or MB404LL/A?

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