Einleitung

Benutze diese Anleitung, um die SSD zu ersetzen.

  • Bevor du anfängst, fahre dein Gerät herunter. Schließe das Display und lege es umgekehrt auf eine weiche Oberfläche.

  • Entferne die folgenden zehn Schrauben:

    • Zwei 9 mm Pentalobe P5 Schrauben

    • Acht 2,6 mm Pentalobe P5 Schrauben

  • Der Spezialschraubenzieher, der zum Entfernen der zehn 5-Punkt Pentalobe Schrauben benötigt wird, ist hier erhältlich.

These pentalobe screw sizes can't possibly be right - not even close. Should they perhaps be 0,8 mm and 1,2 mm?

Rulle Boer - Antwort

The screw sizes refer to the length of the shaft, not the diameter of the head or socket. P5 is the standard pentalobe size for all these screws, regardless of length.

I agree that the notation is a little confusing. I think it's because, with standard sized hardware like for your house, you have shaft diameter (say 1/8" or 3mm) and shaft length (say 3" or 7.5cm). So we're programmed to think of small numbers like that as diameter. But in this case, they're length.

budpegasus - Antwort

Pulling the fan cable out was terrifying but you actually just pull on the cable itself. No way to get any leverage at the connector to dislodge it. Did come out easily but like I said, scared me!

allison - Antwort

Draai de schroefjes voorzichtig los en leg ze op een stabiele plek neer en let erop dat de schroefje een verschillende lengte hebben.

bwgvanderveer - Antwort

I thought I could replace my 256 Gb SSD with 512? regards

ola m - Antwort

Do you have good Test Point Voltages? It appears there are silver colored Test points on the I/O Board. I am working on a water spill and trying to troubleshoot if both the I/O board and the Logic need replaced.

andrew - Antwort

It's probably not necessary but may be a little safer to completely discharge the old battery before replacing it.

Larry Smith - Antwort

tell a model that was not inferior to the speed of the one in the laptop.

Thank you

ilyabuhov - Antwort

Do i need to order tools separately to replace the battery i just ordered?

anne uhlir - Antwort

im looking for a Logic Board for a

Apple - MacBook Air® - 13.3" Display - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Flash Storage (Latest Model) - Silver Model: MQD32LL/A

Any help is appreciated.

Jamie Comstock - Antwort

Löse das hintere Gehäuse vom Air, indem du mit den Fingerspitzen zwischen Display und Gehäuse gehst und es nach oben ziehst.
  • Löse das hintere Gehäuse vom Air, indem du mit den Fingerspitzen zwischen Display und Gehäuse gehst und es nach oben ziehst.

  • Entferne das hintere Gehäuse und lege es beiseite.

There is a nub on the inside of the case which is attached to the battery. When you try to pull it open, it appears to be attached to the plastic casing of the battery, which sometimes splits. I gently unhooked the nub from the battery before removing the case fully. This seems to happen if the battery has suffered some drop damage (plastic parts broken around screws and parts of plastic frame split). Just an FYI in case your lower case doesn't pull away easily.

Jeannie Crowley - Antwort

When closing this back up make sure that the antenna cable is tucked away neatly

Gabriel - Antwort

Um sicherzustellen, dass kein Strom fließt und dass sich das MacBook nicht einschaltet, während du arbeitest, ist es empfehlenswert, dass du den Akku trennst. Ziehe die durchsichtige Kunststofflasche, die am Akkustecker angebracht ist, in Richtung der vorderen Kante des MacBooks, um den Akku von dem Logic Board zu trennen.
  • Um sicherzustellen, dass kein Strom fließt und dass sich das MacBook nicht einschaltet, während du arbeitest, ist es empfehlenswert, dass du den Akku trennst.

  • Ziehe die durchsichtige Kunststofflasche, die am Akkustecker angebracht ist, in Richtung der vorderen Kante des MacBooks, um den Akku von dem Logic Board zu trennen.

  • Ziehe den Stecker nicht nach oben, wenn du ihn trennst.

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Entferne die einzelne 2,9 mm Torx T5 Schraube, mit der die SSD auf dem Logic Board befestigt wird.
  • Entferne die einzelne 2,9 mm Torx T5 Schraube, mit der die SSD auf dem Logic Board befestigt wird.

I'm using a T5 Torx screwdriver to remove the SSD retaining screw but it's simply not working, the screwdriver seems slightly too big and I even tried plyers to grab the ends of the screw and turn it but that didn't budge. Are the screws super tight or something? I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong

smokey9112filmz2 - Antwort

I would also like to know that, i have the same problem tried using a standard T5 Torx and the Pentalobe P5 screwdriver, but the both dont work/fit

facebookvincent -

I opened mine with a T-6.

airshack - Antwort

Hebe die SSD vorsichtig an einem Ende ungefähr 1,3 cm hoch und ziehe sie senkrecht aus ihrem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board. Hebe sie nicht mehr als 1,3 cm hoch - sonst könnten die SSD oder der Anschluss auf dem Logic Board beschädigt werden.
  • Hebe die SSD vorsichtig an einem Ende ungefähr 1,3 cm hoch und ziehe sie senkrecht aus ihrem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board.

    • Hebe sie nicht mehr als 1,3 cm hoch - sonst könnten die SSD oder der Anschluss auf dem Logic Board beschädigt werden.

  • Achte beim Wiedereinbau darauf, dass die SSD gut sitzt, bevor du sie mit der Schraube befestigst.

Am I able to upgrade my Macbook Air early 2015 from 128Mb SSD to the SSD Samsung 960 (EVO or Pro) 1TB or 2TB?

If so, do a need special adapters?

Ruben Dominguez - Antwort

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May I upgrade it to a 256 GB Drive?

Ray - Antwort

Where can I find the 256GB SSD to upgrade my 128GB macbook air (mid 2013)?

Josh - Antwort

I'm also looking for a 256HB SSD because 128GB isn't enough?

rhattan503 -

At the moment, the only source for this part is on eBay, at UpgradeMonkey shop (UK)

Link : http://www.ebay.fr/itm/NEW-haswell-MacBo...

It's high priced, but I didn't find anywhere else.

Regards.

JMM -

http://www.alelua.com/es/31-almacenamien... SDD for MacBook Air 11" and 13" (Mid 2013/Early 2014) 256 GB Drive

alelua -

any idea where to get a replacement t5 2.9mm screw for the SSD...I dropped mine and cannot locate it anywhere.

Clark Adams - Antwort

If you flip back and forth between the pictures in step 5 you can clearly see that the SSD is suppose to be slid horizontally out of the socket. That's really important information. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for the pictures in step 4, which would indicate you are to pull up on the battery connect, which would of course break it. Yes, there's a note not to do this, but this really is important information and I'd love to see it conveyed the way it was in step 5. I'm commenting on this more as a general ifixit comment as I don't even own a MBA, but was just curious about the procedure.

spatlese44 - Antwort

Hi I like put 1 Tera SSD Drive inside my MBA 13'' mid 2013

At time I have 512Go

where I can Buy that SSD Drive

Thanks

JOD

JOD - Antwort

Did you find out about this?

carlos -

Just bought one of these and I can't remove the SSD from the MacBook Air 13" (Mid). Same as others have said; it looks like the torx screw is smaller than stated. :(

1 TB SSD OtherWorldComputer/MacSales.com

https://eshop.macsales.com/item/Other%20...

yieunjae -

A T4 screw bit worked for me. I was afraid I damaged the screw from the T5 screwdriver provided by the SSD kit. *phew*

yieunjae -

I just replaced the PCI-e SSD in my MacBook Air mid-2013 with the faster 2015 MacBook Pro SSD and it works great. I followed this Guide and it made the replacement a snap, less than 15 minutes - thanks!

My MBAir had the original CTO 256GB Samsung Model MV-JPU256T/0A2 SSD, the used replacement is a Samsung 512GB, Model MV-JVP5120/0A4 from a 2015 MBP Retina. The MBAir now sees the 512GB as an original Apple part, because it is.

I did a Black Magic Disk Speed Test before and after the install, the Write/Read speed of the 2013 256GB SSD was W=661/R=718, the newer 512GB SSD test was W=1322/R1439. This upgrade doubles the storage capacity at almost twice the Write/Read speeds, a very good upgrade overall.

Note: The 256GB SSD is 3.3v @ 2.5A, the newer/faster 512GB SSD is 3.3v @ 3.2A. so I expect battery life to be a little less and heat could be a tiny bit more, I don't do gaming or video editing on this MBA so the effects should not be noticeable.

David Kuebler - Antwort

Worked great with a 480GB SSD in the 2014 MacBook Air! Use a T6 to get the SSD out of the Mac though.

airshack - Antwort

Is there any adapter to use these PCIe SSD-drives like an ordinary SATA-drive in another computer?

Albert Einstein - Antwort

Is it possible to built in an thirdparty SSD (m2 or PCI-Express) in this MacBook Air 2013. I don’t the the specifications of the original Apple or OWC SSD’s. Their are dozens of SSD with the same look, but without specification it isn’t worth to try!

Gerard Dirks - Antwort

Thanks a lot for the guide, piece of cake to replace. Got myself a used Apple SSD 256 GB from OWC in the US, delivered to Europe the next working day for nice price. Kudos for OWC!

For those looking for replacement SSD, only Apple supplied disks or OWC Aura disks can be used, as Apple kindly decided to use a non-standard SSD-connector.

Mart - Antwort

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