Feather M10 SSD - 128GB to 1TB Upgrade
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Compatible with MacBook Air 2010 - 2011
Models A1369 & A1370
EMC 2392, 2393, 2469 & 2471
Maximum PerformanceUsing the latest in SATA 3 technology, reach speeds of up to 400 MB/s read/write. Breathe new life into the MacBook Air you already know and love without breaking the bank.
Everything You Need Preloaded
Pre-loaded with High Sierra, this is the only drive on the market with all the tools and instructions needed to quickly and easily install your new drive and safely transfer your data without having to visit a repair shop, buy more tools, or follow complex online instructions.
You can also upgrade to your macOS of choice after the initial installation.
Peace of Mind
Upgrading your SSD may seem like a daunting task but let us show you how easy it can be. For any problem, big or small, our team is here to help. We aren't happy until you're happy.
- M10 Feather SSD, preloaded with High Sierra OS
- P5 screwdriver
- T5 screwdriver
- How do I find my EMC number?
- You'll find the 4-digit EMC number amongst a small host of other details on the back of your MacBook Air.
- How do I install my Feather SSD?
- Backup your MacBook externally, using Time Machine.
- Ensure that your computer is running High Sierra or later OS versions.
- Power down your MacBook and make sure it is not plugged into the charger.
- Using the P5 screwdriver (red), remove all of the screws from the back of your MacBook.
- Remove the back panel of your MacBook, starting near the hinge.
- Using the T5 screwdriver (blue), remove the SSD mounting screw.
- Gently pull out the old SSD.
- Insert Feather SSD and return the mounting screw.
- Place the back panel back on the MacBook and secure with screws.
- Press Power and let the MacBook turn on normally.
- Plug in your external backup, and recover your data, following on-screen prompts to use Migration Assistant.
- How do I backup with Time Machine?
- Find an external storage device that has enough available space for all the data you are backing up.
- Connect your external storage device.
- Select your storage device as the backup disk.
- Select Encrypt Backup Disk.
- Click Use as Backup Disk.
- If Time Machine doesn't automatically ask to use your drive upon connection, you can add it manually: (1) Open Time Machine preferences under the Time Machine icon in the menu bar or by choose the Apple icon in the upper left hand corner of your screen, (2) click System Preferences, and (3) click Time Machine.
- Click Select Backup Disk (or Select Disk, or Add or Remove Backup Disk).
- Select your external drive from the list of available disks. Then select Encrypt backups and click Use Disk.
- To start a backup manually, choose Back Up Now from the Time Machine menu in the menu bar. Use the same menu to check the status of a backup.
- I'm getting a flashing folder with a question mark. What do I do?
Make sure you are turning on your Mac by only pressing the Power button.
Still getting the flashing folder? Your SSD may need to be pushed in better. To be sure, turn your Mac off, open the back to ensure the SSD is snuggly seated in the Mac, put the back of the Mac on again, press Power, and see if anything changes.
No changes? Please email our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to determine if a replacement is needed.
For more detailed information, check out this step-by-step support guide, with images!