1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15

1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15
1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15
1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15
1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15
1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15

1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15

The best upgrades for your Mac. Fastest, most reliable upgrade for your mac. With read/write speeds of up to 520/450 MB/s, our P12 standard is specially designed to run faster and longer than OEM SSDs. Pre-formatted with High Sierra, simply remove your back cover and replace your existing SSD.

We love what we do and we want your mac to be the best it can be. Which Drive is Right for Me?

Use these charts for Macs and iMacs to find your compatibility using both your model and your EMC. If you are unsure of your EMC, you can find it here. Turbo: What's the Difference? Great for frequently used machines. Read/Write speeds will slow slightly after drive is at >50% capacity.

Great for heavily used machines. Read/Write speed will not slow down after reaching >50% capacity. Can I Install This Myself?

Remove a few screws with the tools coming with your drive and take off the back cover. Remove the screw holding your drive in place and replace it with your new Fledging drive. Replace all screws (and cover, of course) and follow the quick and easy installation guide that comes with your drive. What if I get stuck halfway through?

You aren't at the disco. We would love to help. These machines require a little more work than the others and we do not currently have an installation guide available. Why isn't my computer recognizing my drive? Recovery mode, or internet recovery mode, is frequently used to reinstall your OS or make partitions on your drive.

Unfortunately, recovery mode emulates an older OS, and does not have the necessary firmware to detect NVMe drives. Try booting up on your new drive normally first, without using recovery mode.

Reason Two: Improper Installation - Have you tried turning it off and on again? In all seriousness, our drives are designed to imitate the design of Apple drives, but they are not identical. It's very common for the drive to not be fully inserted on the first installation attempt. You can confirm that the drive is fully inserted by checking the SSD mounting screw. If the mounting screw is going in at an angle, or not able to fully tighten, please remove the SSD and try again.

Ensure the screw goes in at a 100% vertical angle and is flush against the drive when tightened. Reason Three: Outdated boot ROM version - This is a fancy way of saying you need a firmware update. As mentioned under reason 1, NVMe drives can't be detected without certain firmware and your boot ROM version is indicative of whether or not your machine has this firmware. (This is easy to check).

If you have a working SSD that you can use to boot up your machine, follow the steps outlined under option A. If you don't have a working SSD, skip to option B. Option A: If you can boot your machine normally. Select'About this Mac' from the drop-down menu. Option B: If you cannot boot your machine normally. While your machine is powered off, press the power button. Immediately hold down COMMAND + R until a globe appears on screen. Choose your internet connection and let your OS load.

In the Terminal window type the following command: system_profiler SPHardwareDataType. How do I transfer my data? Plug in an external drive with your old SSD mounted internally. Launch Time Machine and select the external drive as the backup disk.

Choose'Back Up Now' and wait for the back-up to finish. Plug in the installer USB and the external drive. Power on your mac, pressing OPTION until the chimes are heard.

Select the USB from the boot menu. Select'Restore from Time Machine Backup' and follow the on-screen steps.

Do I need to disable sleep mode? At this time, there have been no announcements from Apple that they intend to resolve this issue. However, you can run a 1-2 Terminal commands to circumvent the issue entirely.

Option 1: If you are using a pre-Mojave OS. Open Terminal (found in your Utilities folder within your Applications). Type the following command in to the Terminal window: sudo pmset hibernatemode 0 standby 0. You will be asked to enter your password. You will then be alerted of changes in power consumption. (This will equate to an additional >1% per hour if the machine is left unplugged for 6+ hours). Option 2: If you are using Mojave OS or newer. Type the following command into the Terminal window: sudo pmset autopoweroff 0. Restart your machine for best results. These commands are going to disable the deep-sleep functions and will have virtually no impact on your machine's ability to go to sleep like normal. If you'd like to double-check that the commands took effect, type the following command into the Terminal window: pmset -g. This will display all your machine's battery and power settings. Check and make sure there are 0's next to hibernatemode, standby, and autopoweroff. If you're following the steps outlined and the settings refuse to change to 0's, please reach out to us and we'll troubleshoot the issue with you personally. We're Here for You!

Working on your computer can be scary, but our team has put together a simple step-by-step installation guide to have you ready to go within 10 minutes. For any other questions or concerns, our customer success team is available 9-5 CST Mon-Fri and we do our best to respond to any message within 24 hours.

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1TB Solid State Drive for Mid 2012 Early 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13 15