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Make sure that your SSD is properly seated.
When you insert the SSD blade into the slot, the gold connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you can see a good portion of the gold connector, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.
This is because the connector is a metal and the electrical conduction generates heat, warming up the metal. Because the connector is exposed in the air, there is no heat sink to absorb the extra heat. This extra heat will not properly escape the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and will cause overheating.
-Below is an image of a properly seated Aura Pro X SSD Blade in a MacBook Air. There is minor exposure of the gold connector. This picture uses the included Thermal Pad. The MacBook Pro uses a heat sink which can be purchased separately.
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+Below is an image of a properly seated Aura Pro X SSD Blade in a MacBook Air. There is minor exposure of the gold connector. This picture uses the included Thermal Pad. The Mac Pro uses a heat sink which can be purchased separately.
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'''WARNING'''
Very carefully try to push the SSD in further. If you push too hard, you risk damaging your Aura Pro X or your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. It might help to remove the SSD first and then push it back in.
Here is a photo of the connector. It is the gold part on the left side of the image. This connector should not be exposed when seating the SSD into the slot.
[image|1687175]

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Editado por: Michael Newell ,

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Make sure that your SSD is properly seated.
When you insert the SSD blade into the slot, the gold connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you can see a good portion of the gold connector, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.
This is because the connector is a metal and the electrical conduction generates heat, warming up the metal. Because the connector is exposed in the air, there is no heat sink to absorb the extra heat. This extra heat will not properly escape the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and will cause overheating.
Below is an image of a properly seated Aura Pro X SSD Blade in a MacBook Air. There is minor exposure of the gold connector. This picture uses the included Thermal Pad. The MacBook Pro uses a heat sink which can be purchased separately.
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+[image|1687220]
'''WARNING'''
Very carefully try to push the SSD in further. If you push too hard, you risk damaging your Aura Pro X or your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. It might help to remove the SSD first and then push it back in.
Here is a photo of the connector. It is the gold part on the left side of the image. This connector should not be exposed when seating the SSD into the slot.
[image|1687175]

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Editado por: Michael Newell ,

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Make sure that your SSD is properly seated.
-When you insert the SSD into the slot, the connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you see a slight overlap, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.
+When you insert the SSD blade into the slot, the gold connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you can see a good portion of the gold connector, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.
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+This is because the connector is a metal and the electrical conduction generates heat, warming up the metal. Because the connector is exposed in the air, there is no heat sink to absorb the extra heat. This extra heat will not properly escape the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and will cause overheating.
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+Below is an image of a properly seated Aura Pro X SSD Blade in a MacBook Air. There is minor exposure of the gold connector. This picture uses the included Thermal Pad. The MacBook Pro uses a heat sink which can be purchased separately.
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+[image|1687212]
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'''WARNING'''
Very carefully try to push the SSD in further. If you push too hard, you risk damaging your Aura Pro X or your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. It might help to remove the SSD first and then push it back in.
Here is a photo of the connector. It is the gold part on the left side of the image. This connector should not be exposed when seating the SSD into the slot.
[image|1687175]

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Editado por: Michael Newell ,

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Make sure that your SSD is properly seated.
When you insert the SSD into the slot, the connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you see a slight overlap, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.
-Carefully try to push the SSD in further. It might help to remove and then push it back in.
+'''WARNING'''
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+Very carefully try to push the SSD in further. If you push too hard, you risk damaging your Aura Pro X or your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. It might help to remove the SSD first and then push it back in.
Here is a photo of the connector. It is the gold part on the left side of the image. This connector should not be exposed when seating the SSD into the slot.
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[image|1687175]

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Editado por: Michael Newell ,

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Make sure that your SSD is properly seated.
When you insert the SSD into the slot, the connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you see a slight overlap, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.
Carefully try to push the SSD in further. It might help to remove and then push it back in.
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+Here is a photo of the connector. It is the gold part on the left side of the image. This connector should not be exposed when seating the SSD into the slot.
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+[image|1687175]

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Mensagem original de: Michael Newell ,

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Make sure that your SSD is properly seated.

When you insert the SSD into the slot, the connector shouldn’t be exposed. If you see  a slight overlap, the heat from the connector will dissipate into the MacBook Air.

Carefully try to push the SSD in further. It might help to remove and then push it back in.

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