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RAM and HDD upgrade in MacBook Pro 13" (mid 2009)


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Hi Mac people!
I have a question:
I'm soon gonna be upgrading my HDD and memory in my MBP (see signature for more info). Will these components fit in my MBP?

RAM:
- Kingston 2x2 GB DDR3
- 1066 mHz
- SO DIMM 204-pin

HDD:
- Western Digital 640 GB Scorpio Blue 2,5"
- Serial ATA-300
- buffer: 8 MB

The guy from Denmark,
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MacBook Pro 13" (mid 2009), 2,26 GHz Core 2 duo, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD
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Both should work. Good luck on your upgrade. I would shop around for that WD HDD. The 750GB version is almost the same price in some places. >_>"

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Thanks dude

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Hey Nikolaj, happy to see you found a good MBP after all!
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Let see what I have done to my lap below. Everything works great. Cheers!

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