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Old 07-26-2017, 03:07 PM
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The micro cable fits in 1/2 the slot. A USB 3 port is a standard USB 1/2 port plus an extension.
Oh...I see. Thanks. Once I get the cable, I'll post back and let you know if I could boot via the clone.

Earlier in this thread, I asked if I could make another clone from the one that won't boot. Thoughts?

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I'm just saying that simply operating off the straight up SSD would be the same speed as the "fusion" SSD+SSD. It's a weird setup that doesn't make much sense. That's all.
I thought so too. That's why I consulted Apple re options.
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