This is a demo of our DualDrive product that allows for up to 1.5TB in a Mac laptop.

Satria

9 months ago
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Anthony

2 years ago
Hello. I have a powerbook g4 and when I install the 2nd hdd in the optical bay none of the hard drives are found. Just a blank screen. Can you help?

Powerbook Medic

3 years ago
@Brendan - installing a dualdrive is just like installing a replacement optical drive. You may find more info on that on your model's own repair guide.

Brendan

3 years ago
No video for the installation on a unibody mac?

M.Hansen

4 years ago
@Powerbook Medic - Thanks for you reply, I've figured out the problem. The HDD's 3Gbit SATA was apparently to fast for the IDE/PATA connection in the computer. So I placed a jumper on the HDD which has slowed down the speed to 1,5Gbit/s.. This seems to do the trick.. Regards Mads

Jimmy

4 years ago
I try many times. Thank you,

Powerbook Medic

4 years ago
@Jimmy - try the dualdrive one more time and confirm it still doesn't work. If it doesn't, it may be defective.

Jimmy

4 years ago
Hi There, Thank you for replied, I put DVD drive and optical drive back as original, MBP is working fine, can you tell me what is wrong? Thank you,...Jimmy
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