This is one of those cases. I have upgraded and souped up my own Macs and PCs for years. I have built both PCs and even a Hackintosh (A custom built PC that runs Mac Software) )to learn how. A few friends that have seen how fast my Macs are have inquired about why they were so fast. I also had clients that asked about what they should upgrade to in the new Macs and I shared what we did ourselves. I already have all the tools, software, knowledge and a good bit of experience. So, I fixed up a few friend's laptops and IMacs and the results have been amazing. Imagine jumping from standard 2.5" SATA 320 GIG drive to a Hybrid 2.5" SATA 1TB drive and maxing out the memory of your machine. In side by side comparisons, these upgrades give you current performance standards for a fraction of the cost and you don't have to migrate your files and reauthorize software.
corrupted files or files that are damaged by bad sectors of the old disk may or may not be recovered in the process.
Based on recent information from a couple friends, our upgrading prices are about 20% less than prices that they were quoted elsewhere.
The best way to start is to figure out what machine and build you really have.
You may also use the following resources for assistance identifying your Mac NoteBook or Desktop:
Once you figure out what you have, email me and we can explore how to Mac your old Mac last you a few more years. You can email me at CTO@webinfused.com.