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Macbook Air and SSD Disks

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I have a MacBook Air (2009) with a 120GB 4200-rpm Serial ATA hard disk inside. The hard disk has failed and I would like to replace it with a SSD.

Can anyone tell me what connectors I need to ensure that they SSD drive is compatible?

Many thanks,

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