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Check Out Episode 2 of Our Back to School Facebook Live Giveaway

OWC Mercury Electra SSDLast week, Brad from introduced our Back to School Facebook Live giveaway. For our second episode, Brad shows you everything you need to know about upgrading your older MacBook Pro to an OWC SSD.

Check out the video below on the Facebook page and “like” the Facebook Live video, share it, and tag a friend in the comments who you think could use the Back to School prize package!

The prize package consists of:

The video is the second of a five-part series that will end in August. You can enter by watching any of the videos. And the winner will be determined after the fifth episode goes live.

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  • This is the second time I watch this video. I’m trying to figure out, why the four screws have to be removed from the old HDD drive and installed on the SSD drive. There’s no moving parts on the SSD. Drive, so what the function of the screws. What are then holding? And if there are that important how come there’s no explanation to why. And I don’t believe it will add that much cost or weight to the SSD drive for then not be pre-installed one the unit, so there is not fumbling around or loose then in the process. Thanks, Ed

  • People forget how important a good backpack is in college, it is nice you included one in your kit.

  • Just a sugestion: try using a mat on your workbench. I noticed you have knooks & crannies on your bench, if a small screws falls in, it will make difficult to get it out. Maybe better tools, it will make more professional.