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Why will hard Drive to SSD not allow for startup?

I recently took my entire Macbook pro early 2008 completely apart to see how everything ran and decided that I wanted to upgrade a couple of things. So far, I upgraded the ram which does work, however I upgraded the original hard drive on the computer to a 2.5'“ Sata 6 Gb/s SSD which hasn’t gone over very well. I transferred over all my files cloning the original drive and putting it onto the SSD, but during startup I get the prohibitory sign. I’m assuming that means there’s a boot issue. How do I solve this?

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Your SSD is not able to run in your system! Your computer has a SATA I (1.5 Gb/s) interface, The SSD you put in is a SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) drive most today are fixed speed meaning they can’t run in the older SATA I or II systems. You’ll need to return the SSD and get one that its spec sheet states clearly it will work in a SATA I system. As an example the Samsung 860 EVO SSD states it very clearly.

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Sean Stumpf さん、ありがとうございました!
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