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Question: how do i make my new ssd the startup disk on my mac pro 2010

I installed a new SSd because my current hard drive was showing signs of wear. I would like to use the SSd as my startup and the old drive for data. How can I do this?

Thanks for any help

Mac Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.2)

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How to Transfer Your Data From Your Old Drive to a New Drive

You can also clone the existing drive to the new drive using software like the free SuperDuper app or the paid Carbon Copy Cloner.

SuperDuper does not clone the Recovery partition unless the source drive is the new Apple File System (introduced in High Sierra) which is not your case since it is for SSDs only)

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Nov 16, 2017 9:58 AM in response to sandrafromtarpon springs In response to sandrafromtarpon springs

One way:

How to Transfer Your Data From Your Old Drive to a New Drive

You can also clone the existing drive to the new drive using software like the free SuperDuper app or the paid Carbon Copy Cloner.

SuperDuper does not clone the Recovery partition unless the source drive is the new Apple File System (introduced in High Sierra) which is not your case since it is for SSDs only)

Nov 16, 2017 9:58 AM

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