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When you replaceAfter you’ve replaced or upgrade upgraded the SSD or hard drive in a Mac computer, you’ll need to [guide|119499|install your Mac, and you’ve successfully [guide|119499|installed macOS|new_window=true] to the new drive, and then you’ll need to transfer any data you want from the old drive to the new one. This guide will show you how to use Migration Assistant to restore data from an old macOS drive or a Time Machine backup to your new drive. [ ] '''If you don’t have an [product|IF107-148|external drive connector|new_window=true], you will need to connect a [guide|119046|Time Machine Backup|new_window=true] drive to the computer with your new drive to follow this guide.''' drive.
When you replaceAfter you’ve replaced or upgrade upgraded the SSD or hard drive in a Mac computer, you’ll need to [guide|119499|install your Mac, and you’ve successfully [guide|119499|installed macOS|new_window=true] to the new drive, and then you’ll need to transfer any data you want from the old drive to the new one. This guide will show you how to use Migration Assistant to restore data from an old macOS drive or a Time Machine backup to your new drive. [ ] '''If you don’t have an [product|IF107-148|external drive connector|new_window=true], you will need to connect a [guide|119046|Time Machine Backup|new_window=true] drive to the computer with your new drive to follow this guide.''' drive.