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Largest internal hard drive for MacBook Pro


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I have a MacBook Pro from early 2008 and need to upgrade the hard drive size. It currently has a 200gb. I read when before i purchased the laptop that it could only be upgraded with a maximum 320gb hard drive. Is this true, or could i possibly install a 500gb? thanks

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In early 2008, the largest 2.5" drive was the 320 GB.
Yes, you can put one of the new 2.5" 500 GB drives in it.

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