メインコンテンツにスキップ

修理を始めるには

修理する権利

ストア

ヘルプ

現在のバージョン作成者: Dan ,

テキスト:

1 - Sadly you’ll need to wait until you get the SATA to USB adapter cable. Here’s the one I use [https://www.startech.com/HDD/Adapters/USB-3-SATA-adapter-cable-with-UASP~USB3S2SAT3CB|StarTech 2.5" SATA to USB adapter cable]
 
2 - '''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2] And, yes this is the 2012 version as it is the first one that Apple offered a SATA III drive.
 
In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a sharp fold you want an arc so the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cable before you move forward.'''
 
3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slow in comparison to a HDD or SSD! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives do go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable to it is able to run at the speed of the device. Basically, nothing to worry about here.
 
4 - '''Yes!''' You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.
 
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

1 - Sadly you’ll need to wait until you get the SATA to USB adapter cable. Here’s the one I use [https://www.startech.com/HDD/Adapters/USB-3-SATA-adapter-cable-with-UASP~USB3S2SAT3CB|StarTech 2.5" SATA to USB adapter cable]
 
2 - '''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2] And, yes this is the 2012 version as it is the first one that Apple offered a SATA III drive.
 
In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a sharp fold you want an arc so the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cable before you move forward.'''
 
3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slowslow in comparison to a HDD or SSD! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives do go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable to it is able to run at the speed of the device. BasicallyBasically, nothing to worry about here.
3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slowslow in comparison to a HDD or SSD! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives do go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable to it is able to run at the speed of the device. BasicallyBasically, nothing to worry about here.
 
4 - '''Yes!''' You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.
 
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

1 - Sadly you’ll need to wait until you get the SATA to USB adapter cable. Here’s the one I use [https://www.startech.com/HDD/Adapters/USB-3-SATA-adapter-cable-with-UASP~USB3S2SAT3CB|StarTech 2.5" SATA to USB adapter cable]
 
2 - '''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2] And, yes this is the 2012 version as it is the first one that Apple offered a SATA III drive.
 
In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a starsharp fold you want an arc shso the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cablecable before you move forward.'''
In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a starsharp fold you want an arc shso the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cablecable before you move forward.'''
 
3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slow! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable is able to run at the speed of the device. Basically nothing to worry about here.
 
4 - '''Yes!''' You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.
 
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

1 - Sadly you’ll need to wait until you get the SATA to USB adapter cable. Here’s the one I use [https://www.startech.com/HDD/Adapters/USB-3-SATA-adapter-cable-with-UASP~USB3S2SAT3CB|StarTech 2.5" SATA to USB adapter cable]
 
2 - '''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2]. Inproduct|IF163-041-2] And, yes this is the 2012 version as it is the first one that Apple offered a SATA III drive.

In
addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a star fold you want an arc sh the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cable.'''
2 - '''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2]. Inproduct|IF163-041-2] And, yes this is the 2012 version as it is the first one that Apple offered a SATA III drive.

In
addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a star fold you want an arc sh the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cable.'''
 
3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slow! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable is able to run at the speed of the device. Basically nothing to worry about here.
 
4 - '''Yes!''' You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.
 
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

1 - Sadly you’ll need to wait until you get the SATA to USB adapter cable. Here’s the one I use [https://www.startech.com/HDD/Adapters/USB-3-SATA-adapter-cable-with-UASP~USB3S2SAT3CB|StarTech 2.5" SATA to USB adapter cable]
 
2 - Yes!'''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2]. In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a star fold you want an arc sh the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cable.'''
2 - Yes!'''Yes!''' Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2]. In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a star fold you want an arc sh the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius. '''You really need to wait until you get the proper HD SATA cable.'''
 
3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slow! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable is able to run at the speed of the device. Basically nothing to worry about here.
 
4 - Yes!'''Yes!''' You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.
4 - Yes!'''Yes!''' You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.
 
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.
As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data. Here’s a good write up on how to use it effectively [https://www.macworld.com/article/3319642/how-to-use-migration-assistant-to-move-a-user-account-to-another-mac.html|How to use Migration Assistant to move a user account to another Mac]. Here we’ll use the SATA to USB cable with your old drive.

ステータス:

open

オリジナル投稿者: Dan ,

テキスト:

1 - Sadly you’ll need to wait until you get the SATA to USB adapter cable. Here’s the one I use [https://www.startech.com/HDD/Adapters/USB-3-SATA-adapter-cable-with-UASP~USB3S2SAT3CB|StarTech 2.5" SATA to USB adapter cable]

2 - Yes! Your system has a SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) HDD and the HD SATA cable is not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). You need to get the better cable [product|IF163-041-2]. In addition I strongly recommend you place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect the cable from the rough surface of the uppercase. The last issue is how you fold the cable around the corners. You don’t want a star fold you want an arc sh the thin wires within the cable are not damaged. I use a Bic pen ink straw or you could use a bamboo skewer to help shape the radius.

3 - The optical drive rate of data is very slow! As such you won’t find a CD/DVD drive going any faster. Some BluRay drives go at 3.0 Gb/s But that’s not what we have here. The key is the systems ports data rate and the ability of the data cable is able to run at the speed of the device. Basically nothing to worry about here.

4 - Yes! You want to stick with Sierra as the highest OS version. High Sierra intro’ed a new file system from HFS+ to APFS. SATA based SSD systems have issues with the newer file system. Which is why you want to stick with Sierra.

As for upgrading you want to setup a a USB Thumb drive at this point following this guide [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Download the installer and then setup the USB drive first formatting it to GUID and then install the OS as explained. That way you can do a migration of your user accounts, Apps & Data.

ステータス:

open