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Model A1419 / Late 2013 / 3.2 & 3.4 GHz Core i5 or 3.5 GHz Core i7 Processor, ID iMac14,2

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How to connect old fusion drive to new system

I have a iMac (27-inch, Late 2013) model
And I want to view the fusion drive. I removed the drives from the Imac.

1. which PCe SSD adapter should I use to view the data on my new MacOs M1
2. Is it possible to view the data from both of the disks when they are connected to my new Mac?

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Ideally, you want to leave the drives within your iMac and then use Migration Assistant app to move your apps & stuff over.

If that’s not possible, the SATA drive has your stuff but if you encrypted your drive you won’t be able to access it as you will need your system as both drives need to be accessed together.

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And isn't it possible to create the environment with both the hdd/ssd on external connections?

Because the motherboard of the iMac is broken, I can't use the Mac.


@quintendewilde - Other than another iMac there is no means to create what is needed to create an enclosure.

What happened with your system? Maybe it’s repairable.


The graphical card is broken of the iMac. So no idea if its fixable


@quintendewilde - Give this a try, restart the system and press the T key, you should see a Thunderbolt symbol on your screen. If you get that far your halfway home!

Now you need a second Mac and the Thunderbolt cable to connect between them. Then using Migration Assistant you can move everything over to your new system.


@Dan do I have to put everything back together, as in the speakers, screen or is the motherboard enough to do this? Maybe out of the scope of this question.


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