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'''You may not be able to do that,''' When this Mac was designed and built there were no 1TB laptop drives, no SATA iiiIII (6.0 Gb/s) drives at all and only a few SATA II drives''(many(3.0 Gb/s) drives'' (many of todays off the shelf SATA drives are SATA II and III)'' itYour system has a '''main HDHD connector speed of type SATA I (1.5GB)'''. 1.5 Gb/s)'''.
'''You may not be able to do that,''' When this Mac was designed and built there were no 1TB laptop drives, no SATA iiiIII (6.0 Gb/s) drives at all and only a few SATA II drives''(many(3.0 Gb/s) drives'' (many of todays off the shelf SATA drives are SATA II and III)'' itYour system has a '''main HDHD connector speed of type SATA I (1.5GB)'''. 1.5 Gb/s)'''.
 
'''To avoid return/restock fee'''sfees''' I would only'' purchase a drive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.'' iFixit has a [http://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/9-5-mm-PATA-Optical-Bay-SATA-Hard-Drive-Enclosure/IF107-078|kitproduct|IF107-078|kit] that will support a 1TB standard drive..drive. I know of no one that makes an optibay kit that will put any size SSD in this age machine.
'''To avoid return/restock fee'''sfees''' I would only'' purchase a drive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.'' iFixit has a [http://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/9-5-mm-PATA-Optical-Bay-SATA-Hard-Drive-Enclosure/IF107-078|kitproduct|IF107-078|kit] that will support a 1TB standard drive..drive. I know of no one that makes an optibay kit that will put any size SSD in this age machine.
 
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Editado por: originalmachead ,

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'''You may not be able to do that,''' When this Mac was designed and built there were no 1TB laptop drives, no SATA iii drives at all and only a few SATA II drives''(many of todays off the shelf SATA drives are SATA II and III)'' it has a '''main HD connector speed of type SATA I (1.5GB)'''. Generally early optical connectors did not run at the same speed as the main connector (you can't write to optical disk that fast) and the optibay was a new idea/practice, further SATA drives can only "drop back" one revision, so at most the drive you should choose in a machine 6 years old would be SATA II SSD.
'''You may not be able to do that,''' When this Mac was designed and built there were no 1TB laptop drives, no SATA iii drives at all and only a few SATA II drives''(many of todays off the shelf SATA drives are SATA II and III)'' it has a '''main HD connector speed of type SATA I (1.5GB)'''. Generally early optical connectors did not run at the same speed as the main connector (you can't write to optical disk that fast) and the optibay was a new idea/practice, further SATA drives can only "drop back" one revision, so at most the drive you should choose in a machine 6 years old would be SATA II SSD.
 
'''In addition '''there areTo avoid return/restock fee'''s I would only'' purchase a few different manufactures of optibays - somedrive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.'' iFixit has a [http://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/9-5-mm-PATA-Optical-Bay-SATA-Hard-Drive-Enclosure/IF107-078|kit] that will support SSD, some do not. Some are speed adjusting, some are not. You must first research and choose a 1TB SSD drivestandard drive... I know of no one that is not SATA III, or (''if not automagically adjusting transfer speed)'' SATA II and then do the same for your optibay.makes an optibay kit that will put any size SSD in this age machine.
'''In addition '''there areTo avoid return/restock fee'''s I would only'' purchase a few different manufactures of optibays - somedrive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.'' iFixit has a [http://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/9-5-mm-PATA-Optical-Bay-SATA-Hard-Drive-Enclosure/IF107-078|kit] that will support SSD, some do not. Some are speed adjusting, some are not. You must first research and choose a 1TB SSD drivestandard drive... I know of no one that is not SATA III, or (''if not automagically adjusting transfer speed)'' SATA II and then do the same for your optibay.makes an optibay kit that will put any size SSD in this age machine.
 
'''To avoid return/restock fee'''s I would only'' purchase a drive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.If you are successful please comeback and update your Question and share the solution.'''
'''To avoid return/restock fee'''s I would only'' purchase a drive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.If you are successful please comeback and update your Question and share the solution.'''
 
''If this Answer is helpful '''please remember to return and mark it '''Accepted.''

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Aporte original por: originalmachead ,

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'''You may not be able to do that,''' When this Mac was designed and built there were no 1TB laptop drives, no SATA iii drives at all  and only a few SATA II drives''(many of todays off the shelf SATA drives are SATA II and III)'' it has a '''main HD connector speed of type SATA I (1.5GB)'''. Generally  early optical connectors did not run at the same speed as the main connector (you can't write to optical disk that fast) and the optibay was a new idea/practice, further SATA drives can only "drop back" one revision, so at most the drive you should choose in a machine 6 years old would be SATA II SSD.

'''In addition '''there are a few different manufactures of optibays - some support SSD, some do not. Some are speed adjusting, some are not. You must first research and choose a 1TB SSD drive that is not SATA III, or (''if not automagically adjusting transfer speed)'' SATA II and then do the same for your optibay.

'''To avoid return/restock fee'''s I would only'' purchase a drive with optibay caddy included from a vendor that guaranteed it will work.''

''If this Answer is helpful '''please remember to return and mark it '''Accepted.''

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