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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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Sorry I don't think it will work
 
Unlike normal SATA hard drivesHD's or straight SSD's, the two devices (discreet drives) are ''married'' to each other via softwaresoftware & the systems firmware (EFI), sorry I couldn't help my self ;-).
Unlike normal SATA hard drivesHD's or straight SSD's, the two devices (discreet drives) are ''married'' to each other via softwaresoftware & the systems firmware (EFI), sorry I couldn't help my self ;-).
 
Yes, you can physically move them over to your Mac Pro, but any data on the fusion driveFusion Drive will likely get lost in the process of re-installing it in your Mac Pro system (make a full backup if you try). You'll need to use terminal to evoke the Fusion as the BIOS if your Mac Pro supports it (it may not due to its age). I should also point out you will need to be running the same version of OS-X on both in any case. Also your poor fiancé's Mac Mini system will now need a replacement hard drive ;-{
Yes, you can physically move them over to your Mac Pro, but any data on the fusion driveFusion Drive will likely get lost in the process of re-installing it in your Mac Pro system (make a full backup if you try). You'll need to use terminal to evoke the Fusion as the BIOS if your Mac Pro supports it (it may not due to its age). I should also point out you will need to be running the same version of OS-X on both in any case. Also your poor fiancé's Mac Mini system will now need a replacement hard drive ;-{
 
Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new drives HD and/or SSD SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD'sdrives Vs the Mac Mini's HDdrives as they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion Drive than swapping things around. You could just do it now by adding a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}. Or, you could get a discreet hybrid drive like a Seagate SSHD or Western Digital Black2 drive which combine the two elements spinning disk & SSD into a single device Vs Apples Fusion drive which is made up of two devices.
Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new drives HD and/or SSD SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD'sdrives Vs the Mac Mini's HDdrives as they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion Drive than swapping things around. You could just do it now by adding a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}. Or, you could get a discreet hybrid drive like a Seagate SSHD or Western Digital Black2 drive which combine the two elements spinning disk & SSD into a single device Vs Apples Fusion drive which is made up of two devices.
 
Gee, she is going to be your wife man! She'll love you more getting a fusion drive'd Mac Mini! ;-}
 
If you do give it a try let us know if you succeeded without having to rebuild it.
 
P.S. Did you see the new Darth Vader Mac Pro coming out this fall, Sweet!

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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Sorry I don't think it will work
 
Unlike normal SATA hard drives or straight SSD's, the two devices are ''married'' to each other via software, sorry I couldn't help my self ;-).
 
Yes, you can physically move them over to your Mac Pro, but any data on the fusion drive will likely get lost in the process of re-installing it in your Mac Pro system (make a full backup if you try). You'll need to use terminal to evoke the Fusion as the BIOS inif your Mac Pro doessupports it (it may not directly support itdue to its age). I should also point out you will need to be running the same version of OS-X on both in any case. Also your poor fiancé's Mac Mini system will now need a replacement hard drive ;-{
Yes, you can physically move them over to your Mac Pro, but any data on the fusion drive will likely get lost in the process of re-installing it in your Mac Pro system (make a full backup if you try). You'll need to use terminal to evoke the Fusion as the BIOS inif your Mac Pro doessupports it (it may not directly support itdue to its age). I should also point out you will need to be running the same version of OS-X on both in any case. Also your poor fiancé's Mac Mini system will now need a replacement hard drive ;-{
 
Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new HD and/or SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD's Vs the Mac Mini's HD areas they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion driveDrive than swapping things around. You could just do it now by adding a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}.
Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new HD and/or SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD's Vs the Mac Mini's HD areas they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion driveDrive than swapping things around. You could just do it now by adding a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}.
 
Gee, she is going to be your wife man! She'll love you more getting a fusion drive'd Mac Mini! ;-}
 
If you do give it a try let us know if you succeeded without having to rebuild it.
 
P.S. Did you see the new Darth Vader Mac Pro coming out this fall, Sweet!

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편집 작업: Dan ,

본문:

Sorry I don't think it will work
 
Unlike normal SATA hard drives or straight SSD's, the two devices are ''married'' to each other via software, sorry I couldn't help my self ;-).
 
Yes, you can physically move them over to your Mac Pro, but any data on the fusion drive will likely get lost in the process of re-installing it in your Mac Pro system (make a full backup if you try). You'll need to use terminal to evoke the Fusion as the BIOS in your Mac Pro does not directly support it. I should also point out you will need to be running the same version of OS-X on both in any case. Also your poor fiancé's Mac Mini system will now need a replacement hard drive ;-{
 
Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new HD and/or SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD's Vs the Mac Mini's HD are they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion drive than swapping things around. You could just doingdo it now justby adding in a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}.
Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new HD and/or SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD's Vs the Mac Mini's HD are they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion drive than swapping things around. You could just doingdo it now justby adding in a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}.
 
Gee, she is going to be your wife man! She'll love you more getting a fusion drive'd Mac Mini! ;-}
 
If you do give it a try let us know if you succeeded without having to rebuild it.
 
P.S. Did you see the new Darth Vader Mac Pro coming out this fall, Sweet!

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

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Sorry I don't think it will work

Unlike normal SATA hard drives or straight SSD's, the two devices are ''married'' to each other via software, sorry I couldn't help my self ;-).

Yes, you can physically move them over to your Mac Pro, but any data on the fusion drive will likely get lost in the process of re-installing it in your Mac Pro system (make a full backup if you try). You'll need to use terminal to evoke the Fusion as the BIOS in your Mac Pro does not directly support it. I should also point out you will need to be running the same version of OS-X on both in any case. Also your poor fiancé's Mac Mini system will now need a replacement hard drive ;-{

Given all of the work & risks and given the cost of having to buy a new HD and/or SSD. I would rather replace the Mac Pro HD's Vs the Mac Mini's HD are they are older with a new HD and SSD setup to make a fresh Fusion drive than swapping things around. You could just doing it now just adding in a SSD in your Mac Pro now {cheapest solution}.

Gee, she is going to be your wife man! She'll love you more getting a fusion drive'd Mac Mini! ;-}

If you do give it a try let us know if you succeeded without having to rebuild it.

P.S. Did you see the new Darth Vader Mac Pro coming out this fall, Sweet!

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