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My drive came with no cables at all. It is a very small package just containing the drive and a manual. Hope this helps.
16 Feb 2014 by Jason Brook
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The guarantee paperwork enclosed with the drive says 5 years for the 840 Pro and 3 years for the 840.
8 Apr 2014 by G. C. Rodger
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Yes you can! I have the same model and works flawlessly
21 May 2014 by Fábio Silva
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Yes you can. Inside the box there's instructions and software to do that smoothly!
20 Aug 2014 by Fábio Silva
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Yes Jamie, you can. If your Macbook is not a retina laptop, you could even sacrifice the SuperDrive and fit your SSD there and keep your original HDD as extra storage. I hope this helps
29 Dec 2014 by Ar Lelouch
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Sorry I'm a PC Technician and know very little about Macs. I do know apple use Samsung drives so would advise you search Mac Mini 2011 drives for a solution
18 Dec 2014 by Martin
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Yes it will fit.
22 Nov 2014 by MR P.
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There is a CD provided with Samsung's data migration software, however I was not able to use it due to some problem (which it only informed me after hours of it trying). The software is easy to use. I instead used EaseUS partition manager, to clone my HDD to SSD (instead of performing a clean install), following a guide (http://www.howtogeek.com/97242/how-to-migrate-windows-7-to-a-solid-state-drive/ or http://www.lifehacker.co.uk/2014/06/02/migrate-solid-state-drive-without-reinstalling-windows). Samsung provides a second program "Samsung Magician" to optimise your computer settings to increase the speed, reliability and lifespan of your SSD, also easy to install and use. Hope this helps.
5 Nov 2014 by Amazon Customer
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Sorry - don't know. I installed in a 2011 MacBook Pro 13" I do have a 2011 iMac 27" but it runs a 1tb non flash drive which is fine since it's rarely moved around. Note that the company I bought from is not VAT registered so bear that in mind.
2 Nov 2014 by T-Bone
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Take a look here: https://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130206075647AA1o3Mi. It should give you all the info you need. Regards Martin
11 Sep 2014 by Martin
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