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I'm looking into getting a mac book but all i see are 5400 RPM hard drives. If I purchase the mac book i am going to replace the hard drive. possibly with a Western Digital scorpio black. Are there any issues I need to watch out for with this hard drive, or with the process in general?
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Hello,

Check out this website- http://www.macworld.com/article/135197/2008/08/scorpioblack.html and read second paragraph.

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sooooo maybe go external...
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