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This is kind of a non-answer answer, but I have used linux fedora with other SSDs (not this one specifically) and they have always worked for me. I don't see why this one wouldn't work assuming you can set up appropriate formatting and partitioning as needed using either linux or windows first before using the drive. … see more This is kind of a non-answer answer, but I have used linux fedora with other SSDs (not this one specifically) and they have always worked for me. I don't see why this one wouldn't work assuming you can set up appropriate formatting and partitioning as needed using either linux or windows first before using the drive. Good luck. see less This is kind of a non-answer answer, but I have used linux fedora with other SSDs (not this one specifically) and they have always worked for me. I don't see why this one wouldn't work assuming you can set up appropriate formatting and partitioning as needed using either linux or windows first before using the drive. Good luck.
M. Schmidt
· February 19, 2019
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Well, as an external drive, yes. Neither of the 2015 MacBooks have an internal 2.5in drive bay
Ovaltine Jenkins
· May 14, 2019
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This should fit inside any laptop. If you've never taken your laptop apart before, I would recommend turning your laptop over and writing down the model number on some paper. Then go to YouTube and type in your model number followed by the phrase ssd upgrade, for example: "Asus p1245e ssd upgrade". Most of the time you… see more This should fit inside any laptop. If you've never taken your laptop apart before, I would recommend turning your laptop over and writing down the model number on some paper. Then go to YouTube and type in your model number followed by the phrase ssd upgrade, for example: "Asus p1245e ssd upgrade". Most of the time you can find a video of your model or one very similar, which should help you decide whether you would be comfortable disassembling your laptop and upgrading your storage. And don't forget, you'll need migration software to move your Windows or other operating system to the new storage device unless you plan on doing a fresh install of an operating system. see less This should fit inside any laptop. If you've never taken your laptop apart before, I would recommend turning your laptop over and writing down the model number on some paper. Then go to YouTube and type in your model number followed by the phrase ssd upgrade, for example: "Asus p1245e ssd upgrade". Most of the time you can find a video of your model or one very similar, which should help you decide whether you would be comfortable disassembling your laptop and upgrading your storage. And don't forget, you'll need migration software to move your Windows or other operating system to the new storage device unless you plan on doing a fresh install of an operating system.
jon
· January 25, 2019
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2.5 to 3.5.
Preston C.
· February 18, 2019
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Yes it will work with laptops but if you have to ask that question it would probably be a good idea to have someone on standby in case you mess up.
Amazon Customer
· February 1, 2019
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