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Introducción

Actualiza tu disco duro para tener más espacio de almacenamiento.

  1. Remueve los siguientes diez tornillos que sujetan la caja inferior de la caja a la caja superior:
    • Remueve los siguientes diez tornillos que sujetan la caja inferior de la caja a la caja superior:

    • Siete tornillos Phillips de 3 mm.

    • Tres tornillos Phillips de 13.5 mm.

    May be helpful to have more distinct colors to identify the different screws.

    Victor Caamano - Contestar

  2. Con ambas manos, levanta la pequeña caja cerca de la rejilla de ventilación para sacarla de dos clips que la sujetan a la caja superior. Retira la caja pequeña y déjala a un lado.
    • Con ambas manos, levanta la pequeña caja cerca de la rejilla de ventilación para sacarla de dos clips que la sujetan a la caja superior.

    • Retira la caja pequeña y déjala a un lado.

    • Retira los dos tornillos de Pentalobe de 5 puntos a lo largo del borde superior de la batería.

    • No es necesario seguir los pasos 3 a 6 para extraer la batería y reemplazar el disco duro. Sin embargo, se recomienda eliminar todas las fuentes de alimentación de la electrónica antes de trabajar en ellas.

    Question: why do you remove the battery? According to Apple's official manual, this is not required (not for the mid-2009 and not for the mid-2010 15-inch MacBook Pro) - see pages 37 ff:

    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/MacB...

    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/MacB...

    alexkli - Contestar

    Cita de alexkli:

    Question: why do you remove the battery? According to Apple's official manual, this is not required (not for the mid-2009 and not for the mid-2010 15-inch MacBook Pro) - see pages 37 ff:

    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/MacB...

    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/MacB...

    I'm interested by your experience.

    Did you have removed the optical drive without removing the battery ?

    I'm just in this step now and if it is possible I would proceed like you because removing the battery void the warranty (and there is a sticker).

    Thanks in advance.

    youyou - Contestar

    Looks like my note to step 3 appears on all repair guides that have the same step. I meant that in the context of the hard drive replacement only.

    Did you have removed the optical drive without removing the battery ?

    I haven't yet done anything, waiting for my MacBook Pro 15 inch mid-2010 to arrive.

    alexkli - Contestar

    I missed the notes and went ahead and purchased the 5 point driver for the battery before I realized it was not necessary.

    I've edited the repair guide to remove the section on the battery, but I don't have the points to approve the changes.

    Chris Davis -

    Please note - the step about removing the battery is part of a pre-requisite guide, that is used for many of the guides, most that do require removal of the battery. Also, working inside a disassembled laptop with the battery still connected risks damaging/shorting out very expensive parts.

    Eric Essen - Contestar

    Absolutely. To be clear -- ALL of the above discussion is ONLY in reference to replacing the hard drive.

    Chris Davis -

    I replaced a hard drive in a MacBook Pro of an earlier model than this without removing the battery. The hard drive wasn't right. It only worked at about half speed, and I had to replace it once more. The second time I removed the battery and all went well. The recommendation by the iFixit staff to remove the battery before working on electronic equipment is a good one.

    doug - Contestar

  3. Usa la punta de un spudger para doblar hacia atrás el dedo de la etiqueta "Advertencia: No quitar la batería" mientras quitas el tercer tornillo Pentalobe de cinco puntos escondido debajo.
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para doblar hacia atrás el dedo de la etiqueta "Advertencia: No quitar la batería" mientras quitas el tercer tornillo Pentalobe de cinco puntos escondido debajo.

  4. Levanta la batería con su lengüeta de plástico y deslízala hacia afuera desde el borde largo de la caja superior. No intentes eliminar completamente la batería por el momento.
    • Levanta la batería con su lengüeta de plástico y deslízala hacia afuera desde el borde largo de la caja superior.

    • No intentes eliminar completamente la batería por el momento.

    Removing the battery is not necessary for the hard drive removal/replacement procedures.

    Erik - Contestar

    My T6 (appears to be same screw driver you have - $6 on amazon for 20piece set) did NOT fit int he battery screws...not sure if I had the wrong screws or what, but I went ahead w/o battery steps and it was pretty easy.

    Anthony Ettinger - Contestar

    I also noticed that the new SDD (from crucial) didn't have the 4 screws, so I had to move those off the old HD and onto the new one.

    Anthony Ettinger -

    Just had the same issue: T6 does not fit the battery screws ;-( ... but with a little bit more preassure it was possible to remove the screws.

    dirkvloenwagner -

  5. Inclina la batería hacia atrás lo suficiente para acceder al conector del cable de la batería.
    • Inclina la batería hacia atrás lo suficiente para acceder al conector del cable de la batería.

    • Extrae el conector del cable de la batería de su zócalo en la placa lógica y extrae la batería de la carcasa superior.

    • Si estás instalando una batería nueva, debes calibrarla luego de la instalación.

  6. Retira los dos tornillos Phillips que fijan el soporte del disco duro a la carcasa superior. Estos tornillos están fijados al soporte del disco duro.
    • Retira los dos tornillos Phillips que fijan el soporte del disco duro a la carcasa superior.

    • Estos tornillos están fijados al soporte del disco duro.

    • Levanta el soporte de sujeción de la carcasa superior.

  7. Levanta el disco duro por su lengüeta y sácalo del chasis, teniendo cuidado con el cable que lo une a la computadora.
    • Levanta el disco duro por su lengüeta y sácalo del chasis, teniendo cuidado con el cable que lo une a la computadora.

  8. Retira el cable del disco duro tirando del disco duro directamente desde el conector. Mantén el conector estable. Si se tira del conector, se puede tirar demasiado lejos y romper accidentalmente el cable del disco duro. Retira el cable del disco duro tirando del disco duro directamente desde el conector. Mantén el conector estable. Si se tira del conector, se puede tirar demasiado lejos y romper accidentalmente el cable del disco duro.
    • Retira el cable del disco duro tirando del disco duro directamente desde el conector. Mantén el conector estable. Si se tira del conector, se puede tirar demasiado lejos y romper accidentalmente el cable del disco duro.

  9. Retira dos tornillos Torx T6 de cada lado del disco duro (cuatro tornillos en total). Tendrás que transferir estos tornillos a tu nuevo disco duro si vas a cambiar de disco.
    • Retira dos tornillos Torx T6 de cada lado del disco duro (cuatro tornillos en total).

    • Tendrás que transferir estos tornillos a tu nuevo disco duro si vas a cambiar de disco.

    • Si estás instalando un nuevo disco duro, tenemos una guía de instalación de OS X para ponerlo en marcha.

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Piece of cake! Didn't have the 5-point, so I left the battery alone. Finder says I have 550G of free space!

bgranquist - Contestar

Very Easy. Don't need to remove the battery.

Evy Raelison - Contestar

seriously the easiest repair I have done on one of my computers. My biggest worry was getting OS X reinstalled, but iFixIt made that easy as well. Can't believe a local shop wanted $300+ to do this. I spend just over $100 and got my computer back up and running myself.

sopaw22 - Contestar

Hi. Does myy macBook Pro (15" Mid 2009) support Solid State Drive? I upgraded the memory with 8 gigabites, but it´s still a bit slow. I hope someone can answer soon.

Fernando Beltran - Contestar

Yes you can. Look up crucial.com

kris -

It's worth mentioning whether HDD bay supports any 2.5-inch hard drives (including SSDs) or just Toshiba hard drives.

Pavel Ovchinnikov - Contestar

Simple repair — same here, left the battery alone. Just a couple FYI's for your next steps after the new hard drive is in. (This might be obvious, but I overlooked it.) I forgot to format my new drive and I wasted a few hours accidentally installing OS X on a different partition of my boot drive.

1. Once the new drive is in and your OS X boot drive presents you with installation instructions, go to "Disk Utility" first.

2. You'll see a list of drives: your new drive (congrats you installed it correctly!) as well as your boot drive

3. Select your new drive (top-most level) and click into the "Erase" options

4. Make sure you select "Mac OS X Journaled" and leave the name "Untitled" (I think these are the defaults)

5. Click "Erase"

6. Exit "Disk Utility" and install as normal. Make you select your new drive "Untitled" to install to :)

Good luck!

James Collins - Contestar

How do you copy data from the original hard drive?

shivankerx - Contestar

Works! Thank you, James Collins! Since I had already been keeping a TimeMachine backup, it is so far easy to do a restore. Sill about 4 hours (over wired connection) to complete the data transfer, but I am optimistic.

jandrewgreen - Contestar

Is it the same on a 2010 Macbook Pro?

Michael Witts - Contestar

Thanks to the author! Just changed HD in a 2009 MB Pro and it lives again!

Frederick Jansohn - Contestar

I didn’t have the p6 driver so I didn’t remove the battery. On start up my screen is just grey and has a circle with I line through it, sort of like the no smoking sign. Have I fried my transplanted Ssd?

Jason - Contestar

Hey Jason, did you format your new drive, or clone the old one onto it? You might check out this post Seeing a No Entry sign after a New Crucial M500 installation

Sam Goldheart -

Can a drive larger than 1TB be used in my 15” Mac Book Pro Mid 2009 as long as it fits into the cavity

Bill Cannan - Contestar

Just finished replacing the hard drive on my mid-2009 MacBook Pro, and replaced the battery at the same time. It went as well as I could have hoped! I now have a 1TB solid state drive and a new battery, and my clunky old laptop is now perky and peppy—almost as fast as my wife’s brand-new MacBook Pro. I have to say I was not expecting it to work so well, very pleasantly surprised.

In addition to the instructions here on Ifixit.com, I also found this article and video from cnet.com extremely helpful in making the whole procedure go smoothly; it gives you more information on how to format your replacement drive and copy your current hard drive prior to doing the install:

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/upgrade-your...

Looks like I will be getting a couple more years out of this laptop!

brandonbacklund - Contestar

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