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Migrating Drive From A Late 2013 rMBP To A 2017 Touchbar MBP?

I'm migrating away from my Late 2013 Retina MBP to my brand new Mid 2017 Touchbar MBP

I have the old SSD drive in an external USB enclosure. The drive has two partitions – a large Mac one and a smaller Windows one

As opposed to doing the whole migration-assistant stuff, I'd like to simply clone the drive over to my new machine – copying everything, both partitions, from the old to the new

I'm wondering two things:

First, what's the simplest way to go about that? If I were to startup the new mac in recovery mode, attach the external SSD, and do a restore from it... would that achieve what I'm looking for? Is there a pathway to that?

Second, should I expect any problems to arise from the old system residing in the new machine? For instance, the old system didn't have a touchbar; would the OS (I think it's running Sierra) get confused by the new hardware?

Thanks in advance!

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Cloning usually erases the whole target drive thus loosing your repair partion and Windows partion. I’d stay with Migration Assistant.

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@mayer I think you misunderstand the situation. The new drive has no Windows partition yet; I'm looking to copy both the Windows partition and Mac partition from the old drive over onto the new one.

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Reread my answer and give it a try then come back.

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I agree with @mayer Cloning won't work here!!

You'll need to reconfigure the drive to match as a minimum the same partition mapping size wise. Then you'll need to use Migration Assistant to migrate the MacOS partition which I suspect has the special BootCamp partition within it. The 2nd Windows exFAT partition will only need a simple copy of your data over within Windows.

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@mayer I read your post just fine; you speak of cloning erasing the target drive thus losing my Windows partition. There is no windows partition on it to lose. Again, I think you are very thoroughly misunderstanding my situation.

But thank you for trying to help.

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@andraleia Go ahead and try it your way. You do understand that the Mac OS X puts a separate partition on the drive for repairs? Cloning is not going to work to do what you want!

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Andraleia さん、ありがとうございました!
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