The answer is yes so don worry about it, either way just keep your cds near just in case but to be sure read this:
and when upgrading always backup (thats a law, believe me, I learn the hard way)
When I work on a laptop, the first thing I always check is for proper voltage output.
Many times I have had customers bring only their laptop in and think their battery is bad - then I plug in my universal adapter and the battery charges fine.
As hardware bugs go, this is a strange one! I upgraded a laptop in December 2011 with a 512GB Crucial m4 2.5-inch/9.5mm SATA Solid State Drive (SSD), Crucial part number CT512M4SSD2:
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