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I don't believe you can replace the logic board with a newer version. As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing MacBooks Pro's logic boards differently (i5 & i7 series CPU's) so that any and all upgrades were impossible. I have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason.
I don't believe you can replace the logic board with a newer version. As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing MacBooks Pro's logic boards differently (i5 & i7 series CPU's) so that any and all upgrades were impossible. I have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason.
 
Though I'd not replace a logic board, I would absolutely replace the HDD for an SDD and upgrade the RAM. Wait until you see the difference between 2 GB of RAM and 4.....it's like a totally new machine! If it's possible to modify...
 
Good Luck!

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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I don't believe you can replace the logic board on with a newer version. As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing MacBooks Pro's logic boards differently so that any and all upgrades were impossible. I have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason.
I don't believe you can replace the logic board on with a newer version. As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing MacBooks Pro's logic boards differently so that any and all upgrades were impossible. I have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason.
 
Though I'd not replace a logic board, I would absolutely replace the HDD for an SDD and upgrade the RAM. Wait until you see the difference between 2 GB of RAM and 4.....it's like a totally new machine! If it's possible to modify...
 
Good Luck!

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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I don't believe you can replace the logic board on an Apple. Aswith a newer version. As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing all MacBooks Pro's differently so that any and all modificationsupgrades were impossible. II have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason. Though

Though
I'd not replace a logic board, but I would absolutely replace tehthe HDD for an SDD and upgrade the RAM. WaitWait until you see the difference between 2 GB of RAM and 4.....it's like a totally new machine! If it's possible to modify...
I don't believe you can replace the logic board on an Apple. Aswith a newer version. As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing all MacBooks Pro's differently so that any and all modificationsupgrades were impossible. II have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason. Though

Though
I'd not replace a logic board, but I would absolutely replace tehthe HDD for an SDD and upgrade the RAM. WaitWait until you see the difference between 2 GB of RAM and 4.....it's like a totally new machine! If it's possible to modify...
 
Good Luck!

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Matt Van Every ,

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I don't believe you can replace the logic board on an Apple.  As of early 2009, they essentially began constructing all MacBooks so that any and all modifications were impossible.  I have held onto my Unibody late 2008 model just for this reason.  Though I'd not replace a logic board, but I would absolutely replace teh HDD for an SDD and upgrade the RAM.  Wait until you see the difference between 2 GB of RAM and 4.....it's like a totally new machine!  If it's possible to modify...

Good Luck!

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