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Old 07-11-2016, 04:20 PM
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Switching to an SSD

I have a mid 2010 Mac Pro that is still a decent machine but startups are terribly slow and I think an SSD would give it a new lease of life in general.

From what I've just been reading I would need a 500gig SSD and then copy over everything from the OS X drive minus my user folder. The tutorial online mentioned using carbon copy cloner but I wondered if this can be done using SuperDuper? Apparently it's also advisable to create a recovery partition.

I am sure others will have gone through this process so I'd be grateful for any suggestions on the best way to do this.

Thanks

Ashley

PS I've been using SuperDuper for years but only ever used it for daily backups.

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