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If you add SSD drive to old 2008 Mac, can you update to Sierra/High Sierra

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I have an old 2008 iMac with a 2.4ghz Intel Core 2 and 6 GB ram currently running 10.6.8. The hard drive is clicking and is acting like it'll fail any minute. Someone at the local Mac repair store (clerk not a tech) in my area said that by putting a new SSD drive in it would make it a candidate for updating to High Sierra. However, I can't seem to find anything online that backs that up. Would adding a new SSD really make it eligible for High Sierra?

 
Date: Jan 6, 2018   


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