원문 게시자: LikeARabbit ,
Assuming you purchase the proper drive and an external enclosure for your original SSD (the [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/SSD/OWC/Aura_Pro_Air_2012|Other World Computing kits] are a good example) you can follow the rough procedure below to transfer your system and data to the new SSD. # You have the choice of installing the new SSD into your Mac and installing your Mac's original SSD into the external enclosure, or vice versa. The only difference this will make is which drive you boot to in the following steps # Boot to the SSD that has your system on it. You can do this by holding Option while you power on your Mac and choosing the proper drive from the on screen selections. # Open Disk Utility (''Applications/Utilities > Disk Utility'') # In Disk Utility, click on the erase tab, select the new SSD, enter a name for it, ensure "Mac OS Extended Journaled" is selected and then click Erase. This will format the SSD so that you can clone your current system to it. # Download and install Carbon Copy Cloner (you can use the trial) from [http://www.bombich.com/download.html|the Bombich downloads page]. # Open Carbon Copy Cloner # In Carbon Copy Cloner, select your current system SSD in the "Source" window, select the new SSD in the "Destination" window and then click the Clone button. # Once Carbon Copy Cloner has finished you should be able to boot to the new SSD. If it's installed in the external enclosure you can remove it and install in your MacBook Air. If it's already installed in your MacBook Air then you can boot to it normally, by simply pressing the power button. Hopefully that points you in the right direction!