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How to clone your Mac hard drive to a new SSD


We recommend SuperDuper! to clone your old drive to your new SSD

Before you start You need to download SuperSuper! You need to initialise your new SSD See our Macbook Pro Guide or Our iMac Guide on how to initialise your new drive. (basically erase the drive in Disk Utilities) Connect your new SSD to your Mac, we suggest our cloning cable.

Before you start

You need to download SuperSuper!

You need to initialise your new SSD

See our Macbook Pro Guide

or

Our iMac Guide on how to initialise your new drive. (basically erase the drive in Disk Utilities)

Connect your new SSD to your Mac, we suggest our cloning cable.

Source

Source What are we copying? In Superduper! the cloning is called copy. We need to first select the drive will will copy from, this is the original drive.

What are we copying? In Superduper! the cloning is called copy. We need to first select the drive will will copy from, this is the original drive.

Destination to

Destination to Where are copying to? This is your new drive. Your new drive needs to be initialised first.

Where are copying to? This is your new drive. Your new drive needs to be initialised first.

Password

Password Superduper! will ask for your password.

Superduper! will ask for your password.

Warning

Warning Check to make sure you are copying from and to correctly.

Check to make sure you are copying from and to correctly.

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