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Here’s a smart way to move internal hard drives between computers

Can you just remove your hard drive from one computer and put it in a different one? In other words, what happens if you remove your current hard drive and install it in a new machine? I’ll show you the best way to do this and give you a few pitfalls to watch out for.

Posted in Desktops, Hardware, Laptops, Windows, Windows 7 Tagged with: ,

What I learned from replacing the top case of a Macbook Pro (Mid-2010)

When the keyboard dies on your out of warranty Macbook Pro you can either try to sell it on Gazelle  or buy a top case on ifixit for $330 and replace it yourself. A few keys died on my Macbook Pro

Posted in Hardware, How To, Laptops, Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Tagged with: