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looking at your laptop i believe it already has a ssd inside but unfortunately it is proprietary but i've found some here: https://www.flexxmemory.co.uk/categories/apple-mac-hard-drives-ssds/macbook-air-11-inch-late-2010-and.html?sort=pricedesc&utm_campaign=flexx&utm_medium=text&utm_source=everymac
 
i have looked at the ssd replacement guide and you should be fine as long as you have the required p5 pentalobe screwdriver to start getting in, and the t5 torx driver to remove the ssd screw, and preferably a spudger you should be fine as long as you follow the guide.guide, you can also get an antistatic wrist band if you want to be extra careful though, also don't do it on carpet as that can cause static
i have looked at the ssd replacement guide and you should be fine as long as you have the required p5 pentalobe screwdriver to start getting in, and the t5 torx driver to remove the ssd screw, and preferably a spudger you should be fine as long as you follow the guide.guide, you can also get an antistatic wrist band if you want to be extra careful though, also don't do it on carpet as that can cause static

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looking at your laptop i believe it already has a ssd inside but unfortunately it is proprietary but i've found some here:  https://www.flexxmemory.co.uk/categories/apple-mac-hard-drives-ssds/macbook-air-11-inch-late-2010-and.html?sort=pricedesc&utm_campaign=flexx&utm_medium=text&utm_source=everymac

i have looked at the ssd replacement guide and you should be fine as long as you have the required p5 pentalobe screwdriver to start getting in, and the t5 torx driver to remove the ssd screw, and preferably a spudger you should be fine as long as you follow the guide.

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