Introduction

Vous pouvez installer des disques durs de jusqu'à 9,5 mm d'épaisseur.

Avec vos doigts, écartez les deux clips de verrouillage de la batterie puis retirez la batterie de l'ordinateur.
  • Avec vos doigts, écartez les deux clips de verrouillage de la batterie puis retirez la batterie de l'ordinateur.

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Dévissez les trois vis cruciformes identiques du capot de protection RAM.
  • Dévissez les trois vis cruciformes identiques du capot de protection RAM.

Tip for new players - print this guide, then use Sello tape to tape the screws from each step on the picture. Keeps them all organised and easy to know which screws belong to which step when putting it all back together

MPB Monkey - Réponse

Thanks a lot for this great advice. I followed it, and it turned out to be very useful and practical.

Ralf Bergs -

Citation de MPB Monkey :

"...Tip for new players - print this guide, then use Sello tape..."

It's one word: Sellotape, the biggest brand in Europe. :-)

matthk - Réponse

In regard to the incredible amount of TINY screws, get an Ice Cube Tray or something with AT LEAST 8 compartments, then, when taking out the screws, mark EACH compartment with the step # and how many screws that were taken out, and used for THAT STEP (such as Step # 3 = 4 of 4 screws. Label EACH compartment, and keep them in line of each step. When it comes time to put everything back together, just reverse your Ice Cube Tray, and follow the Steps in Reverse!

As far as marking each compartment, try these POST IT PENS!!!

http://www.staples.com/Post-it-Flag-Ball...

GOOD LUCK! Take your time, it's not as difficult as it seems!

JerseyJeepGurl

JerseyJeepGurl - Réponse

An ice cube tray is definitely the way to go!

Martok Bulls -

This guide helped me to remove the keyboard on my MBP, but it doesn't take you further to take the keyboard apart. If you REALLY want to look inside the keyboard, you'll need to remove additional phillips screws (10), and carefully remove the inner plastic/clear layers inside the keyboard.

I did this to look for physical damage inside the keyboard and noticed that the black plastic? sheet was torn on my letter 'v', which was one of the keys not working. I did not see any physical sign anywhere else on the keyboard, though.

So, after pulling the defective keyboard away and installing the new one purchased from iFixit, putting everything back together is not too difficult, just reverse.

One thing, though: Check and double-check before you tighten the case screws to make sure your keyboard backlight is working. I noticed I had forgotten to plug it in, luckily for me before I put all the screws on the case.

To avoid losing any screws, print this guide and use clear tape to tape the screws next to the step. Use double-tape to avoid tearing or one of the tiny screws from falling out.

Good luck!

Thanks iFixit for helping me replace my MBP's keyboard!

juanortuno - Réponse

Thank you for some excellent advice form JerseyJeep Gurl

Citation de SubodhJ :

SubodhJ - Réponse

Worked perfect on my 4,1 mbp. Took ~15 min.

I don't see a boost in speed... or is just me?

I used 500 GB 7200 RPM Seagate SATA Hard Drive model ST9500420AS.

(if has a G letter at the end (ASG) is the one with built in shock protection who conflict sometimes with the mac own G protection).

crus - Réponse

This guide was awesome. I used JerseyJeepGurl's suggestion and used an egg carton, numbering each cavity as a step in the guide. So for a step that had me remove 3 different kinds of screws, I had a cavity for each, numbered: 1a, 1b, 1c and wrote a,b,c on the guide itself next to each bullet point in the step. It was awesome.

I guess that before starting I overlooked what a T6 torx actually was. I started this process at 8pm and realized right away that I did not have a set that small and of course all stores were closing. Lowes actually had an awesome fine torx driver set for only 7 bucks!

So that you fixit.

tech4eleven - Réponse

Citation de tech4eleven :

This guide was awesome. I used JerseyJeepGurl's suggestion and used an egg carton, numbering each cavity as a step in the guide. So for a step that had me remove 3 different kinds of screws, I had a cavity for each, numbered: 1a, 1b, 1c and wrote a,b,c on the guide itself next to each bullet point in the step. It was awesome.

I guess that before starting I overlooked what a T6 torx actually was. I started this process at 8pm and realized right away that I did not have a set that small and of course all stores were closing. Lowes actually had an awesome fine torx driver set for only 7 bucks!

So that you fixit.

Thank you everybody for "thanking me" on the compartment advice! Also, just about ANY Auto parts store will have a set of Torx Screw drivers, in a handy little set, that is all together. Good luck everybody,,remember,TAKE YOUR TIME, BREATH, AND DON'T GET FRUSTRATED!!! (STEALING ADVICE FROM PEARL JAM,,BREATH,JUST BREATH),,,,AND YOU'LL BE ABLE TO DO IT YOURSELF!

JJG

JerseyJeepGurl - Réponse

Citation de JerseyJeepGurl :

In regard to the incredible amount of TINY screws, get an Ice Cube Tray or something with AT LEAST 8 compartments, then, when taking out the screws, mark EACH compartment with the step # and how many screws that were taken out, and used for THAT STEP (such as Step # 3 = 4 of 4 screws. Label EACH compartment, and keep them in line of each step. When it comes time to put everything back together, just reverse your Ice Cube Tray, and follow the Steps in Reverse!

As far as marking each compartment, try these POST IT PENS!!!

http://www.staples.com/Post-it-Flag-Ball...

GOOD LUCK! Take your time, it's not as difficult as it seems!

JerseyJeepGurl

Michael Fredrickson - Réponse

Citation de Michael Fredrickson :

I get a piece of "corrugated" cardboard and draw an outline of the laptop and all the "compartments" that are accessed. When you take a screw out simply punch it threw top layer of the cardboard exactly where it goes. Multiple compartments - just draw another diagram on the cardboard. Voila!

Michael Fredrickson - Réponse

I just finished replacing my hard drive following these instructions and they were perfect. The only minor complication involved the ribbon cable connecting to the sleep light and IR sensor connectors. The entire cable was tightly glued to the hard drive. But I got it loose with 10 minutes of gentle prying with a spudger.

To keep track of the screws I just sketched an outline of the bottom panel, taped the screws in the right places and numbered them with the step numbers.

Tom McAuliffe - Réponse

I just used that Glad Press' N Seal. I just cut a 4 in piece, cut slits in it to about half way, Put the screws on there, and fold the pieces over the screws. You can number them, i just kept track of them. Also, you might not need that much, i just cut that much just to be safe.

benchallinor27 - Réponse

I use magnet

I use the magnet that close the refigerator door.

The screws are put on the magnet, so it didnot fall from the table.

i am french so sorry for my english

Madoc -

Just another idea for a container for all the little screws: pillbox. I got one for about $1.00 at the store with 14 compartments.

Brian Littmann - Réponse

  • Soulevez le capot de protection RAM de façon à pouvoir le prendre bien en main et faites-le glisser vers vous pour l'ôter du boîtier.

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  • Dévissez les deux vis cruciformes de 2,8 mm dans le compartiment de la batterie à côté du loquet.

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  • Dévissez les 6 vis suivantes :

    • Deux vis Torx T6 de 10 mm de chaque côté de l'emplacement de la RAM.

    • Quatre vis cruciformes de 14,5 mm le long de la charnière.

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  • Dévissez les quatre vis cruciformes de 3,2 mm sur le côté des ports de l'ordinateur.

"port side of the computer" should read "starboard side". It's on the right-hand side when the computer is positioned normally in front of you.

joeycoole - Réponse

Port side as in I/O port side, as in the side that has the FireWire and ethernet ports. This is a MacBook, not a sailboat ;)

Andrew Bookholt -

Maybe I'm too used to running flight simulators on my Macs. But to us sailors or pilots, it would perhaps be clearer if the instructions mentioned "I/O port side" as Andrew did above.

Honestly, it never crossed my mind that 'port' refered to in/out…

joeycoole -

  • Faites pivoter le MacBook de 90° et dévissez les deux vis cruciformes de 3,2 mm à l'arrière de l'ordinateur.

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  • Faites encore pivoter le MacBook de 90° et dévissez les quatre vis cruciformes de 3,2 mm sur le côté de l'ordinateur.

In my machine the screw closest to the power connector had a slightly thicker head, and would not sit flush, upon reassembly, unless it was returned to the same hole.

Martin Kenny - Réponse

  • Ne retirez pas le boîtier supérieur d'un coup. Il est attaché à la carte mère par une nappe.

  • Soulevez l'arrière du boîtier et faites passer vos doigts le long des côtés en détachant le boîtier au fur et à mesure. Après avoir détaché les côtés, vous devrez peut-être remuer le boîtier de haut en bas pour en détacher l'avant (il y a des clips en plastique cachés et il faut les déverrouiller).

Be super careful not to bend the metal tabs that hook the upper case into the lower case. If bent these make it challenging to close and reattach the upper case.

lama - Réponse

I had already done this once and now have a larger SSD to put in and cannot get past this step as the back just will not pop off. In fact- the front comes off fine but the back, where you cannot get the spudger, is "glued" or wedged solid. I suspect that the rear screw tabs have jammed. :(

Stefanie - Réponse

I would not rock the case up and back. There are 4 plastic connectors that need to come loose, start on the left side with a spudger about a quarter of the distance from the edge and pop them up from left to right, one by one.

maccentric - Réponse

  • Déconnectez la nappe du pavé tactile et du clavier de la carte mère et décollez la bande adhésive si nécessaire.

  • Ôtez le boîtier supérieur.

Kudos for this fantastic walk-through of replacing the hard drive. I just swapped in a new SSD and it was a piece of cake!

On Step 10, I tried just propping up the keyboard and leaving it connected to the logic board. It worked for a while but eventually the ribbon popped off. Luckily it wasn't damaged and it's super easy to replace.

DJR - Réponse

Same happened to me. No damage here either. :-)

Ralf Bergs -

  • Déconnectez la nappe orange du disque dur de la carte mère.

How do you reconnect the hard drive cable to the logic board?

fletchfoo4 - Réponse

I think this step can just as well be omitted.

Basiliscus - Réponse

Citation de fletchfoo4 :

How do you reconnect the hard drive cable to the logic board?

Just plug it back in... Push on it, and it sort of clicks in.

Basiliscus - Réponse

Be very careful when removing the hard drive cable from the logic board. Even though I was very gentle the connector came away from the ribbon rendering the cable useless. A replacement cost me $70 here in the UK.

As Basiliscus says it would probably be better to omit this step as it is possible to remove the hard drive without disconnecting the cable from the logic board.

tritec - Réponse

re: Tritec: I wish to God I had figured that out sooner. I'm actually upset that the writer implied that this step is mandatory. Who in their right mind would tamper with something so delicate, if it wasn't absolutely necessary? Do you sell these?

***SKIP STEP 11***

Sarah - Réponse

It's not necessery to remove this ribbon cable from the logic board as you have to remove the cable from your "old" harddrive anyway afterwards.

mmreisefieber2007 - Réponse

Gently peal the ribbon cable up if glued down.

Doug - Réponse

Don't bother with this step. Hard drive can be removed without doing this.

Derek - Réponse

  • Utilisez un spudger pour décoller soigneusement l'adhésif fixant les connecteurs du voyant veille et le capteur infrarouge sur le haut du disque dur.

  • Il se peut que toute la nappe soit collée sur le disque dur. Dans ce cas, il suffit de la décoller avec un spudger.

In my 15" Book the cable itself was glued to the harddrive. I have used a plastic case lifter out of my iPhone repaire box to separate the cable from the disc.

pbel - Réponse

The default position of the sleep light and IR sensor connector assembly is directly over the hard drive breather hole on many replacement hard drives, including Hitachi Travelstar 7K500 and 5K250 models. Other brands also have breather holes in similar places. Be careful not to cover the hole with the adhesive portion of the connector tape, as this can interfere with proper operation of the drive. I was able to reinstall the cable twisted at a slight angle in order to keep the hole open.

josehill - Réponse

dental floss works well in removing an adhesive heavy cable

dealer390 - Réponse

That was a great hint, thanks!

Ralf Bergs -

It is important to reattach the ribbon cable very tight to the hard drive. I also had to put additional glue under one of the connectors. The first time there must have been a mechanical contact to the case which resulted in vibrations. At first I thought, that the new drive caused this but I opened the computer again and now the vibrations have completely vanished.

Thomas Bleek - Réponse

  • Retirez les deux vis T6 qui maintiennent le support de retenue du disque dur (sur le côté droit du lecteur).

  • Certaines machines peuvent être fixées par des vis cruciformes.

  • Soulevez le support de retenue du disque dur vers le haut et hors de l'ordinateur.

Mine had Phillips head screws, not the noted Torx.

gaffer - Réponse

  • Soulevez le disque dur d'une main et utilisez votre autre main pour débrancher la nappe du disque dur.

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  • Retirez les deux vis Torx argentées T6 et les protections en caoutchouc noir du côté droit du disque dur.

  • Vous devrez transférer ces vis et ces protections sur votre nouveau disque dur si vous changez de disque.

Light gray silicon rubber bumpers are alternately used.

Doug - Réponse

  • Retirez les deux vis Torx T6 noires et les protections en caoutchouc noir du côté gauche du disque dur.

  • Vous devrez transférer ces vis et ces protections sur votre nouveau disque dur si vous changez de disque.

  • Si vous installez un nouveau disque dur, nous disposons d'un guide d'installation OS X pour vous aider à le mettre en service.

When re-attaching the upper case, you will see small plastic clips along the front edge which need to seat into receiving clips on the lower case front edge. It is these clips which sort of "popped" loose when removing the upper case. You need to apply firm pressure for these clips to reattach properly, and you will hear a click when they seat into the bottom.

Mitchell - Réponse

The left hand bumpers may be gray with black torx screws

draks - Réponse

When reassembling the unit be sure the ribbon cable on top of the hard drive does not cover the hard drive's breather hole. This small hole is located in different positions on various manufactures hard drives. It usually has the warning "DO NOT COVER" next to it.

Doug - Réponse

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very well explained. I did it by my self and your help using only a little screwdriver of my victrorinox (swiss knife).

tks a lot for your path.

see u soon ;)

giorgio

giorgio - Réponse

Thank you all very much, this guide is perfect for everyone, no matter your level of expertise, i never opened my mac before and i succesfully replaced my old 120 gb HD with a new 320 gb HD 7.200 RPM :) And worked flawlessly!!

BIG UPS to ifixit, this guide is perfect for everyone!

lanu39 - Réponse

P.S. The only thing that went wrong is that the button to open the macbook is not working perfectly, i have to press it harder than usual, i guess i have to disarm it again and check that everything is in place, other than that it is working flawlessly ;)

lanu39 - Réponse

If your button to open mac is hard to use after you re-assembled the computer, check to see if the proper length screws were reinstalled. I had that problem and I switched the 2 screws. One was a tad longer. The longer one when screwed in, interferred with the button function.

Mike - Réponse

Definitely NOT true for MY Mac. Both screws are absolutely identical. Still I had this issue. :-(

Turned out that if I screw them in real tight the issue will occur. If I turn back the screws about 180 degrees (i. e. if I loosen them) the problem disappears.

Ralf Bergs -

The 2 screws I mentioned are probably the last 2 you'll install, the ones in the battery compartment right behind the button to open mac.

Mike - Réponse

Brilliant article. I just replaced the original 120 GB HD with a Toshiba 500 GB HD after the original started to fail after nine years. It has lasted well and still does the job to take to a cafe so why not keep it going. Agree with the advice above to place the screws down in order. Also to not bother with step 11 if you can still disconnect the drive. And as above check that the breather hole is not covered. On the new Toshiba HDs the hole can be just at the place you would stick the ribbon back down. Thanks iFixit.

Jonathan - Réponse

Thanks a lot for this detailed instructions. It took me far more than only 15 mins (as one of the fellow commenters wrote), more like 1.5 hrs, but I was very cautious not to cause any damage, and I sticked all the screws to the printout I made from this page.

Ralf Bergs - Réponse

I've just used this guide to remove the old hard drive and replace it with a solid state drive. Excellent step-by-step guide- many thanks.

jasperoconnell - Réponse

Hello I have a mbp a1211 and I have replaced the hard drive with El Capitan on it but the device doesn't respond to the new hard drive it just flashes the folder on the apple screen.

mtpbigm1 - Réponse

I have a mbp a1211 and I have changed the hard drive after putting El Capitan on it from Apple restore then after placing the HDD back into the mbp the HDD flashes the folder with a question mark in it someone please help me...

mtpbigm1 - Réponse

I just did this with a MPB A1226 to replace the old 120GB Hdd with a fresh 480GB SSD - worked like a charm!

Guenther Roppele - Réponse

Great instructions. Definitely put all the screws in separate containers for each step. I also cloned the hard drive before I put it in so just turned it back on and I was up and running.

mickeymoran - Réponse

How does one clone the hard drive? A vinyl case came with the new SS hard drive, which I assume is to hold the (new or old??) hard drive for transfer of data? Or is it from some other use?

Thanks Lou Danzico

loudanzico - Réponse

Hey Lou! Follow this guide to clone your old hard drive's information onto your new one.

Scott Havard -

Just used this fixit to open up my 2006 MBP - I had to upgrade the SSD... great tut! Amazing machine, as it's running El Capitan and is still performing great with two SSD drives and 6GB ram. Not bad for a machine over a decade old.

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