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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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You're hitting one of the issues when you clone from a different system as the device driver your new system needs is missing.
 
Because of all of the issues cloning causes I don't use them any more. I manage over 200 systems and all I use is Apples TimeMachine & Migration Assistant tool when I need to move someones stuff to a new system or drive.
 
I would first make a good backup of your stuff using TimeMachine onto an external drive. Once done, create a USB thumb drive OS installer following this guide: [http://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. thenThen, boot up under it so you can delete the current partition on your systems SSD. Using the Installer install the OS it will create both the hidden recovery partition and the main partition you'll use (FYI:cloning won't create this partition). At the end of the install process you'll be asked if you want to migrate from a second system, TimeMachine backup or a second drive. At this point connect your TimeMachine backup drive and let it run. It will create your original user accounts and carry over your Apps & data files. You can even fine tune what not to copy over.
I would first make a good backup of your stuff using TimeMachine onto an external drive. Once done, create a USB thumb drive OS installer following this guide: [http://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. thenThen, boot up under it so you can delete the current partition on your systems SSD. Using the Installer install the OS it will create both the hidden recovery partition and the main partition you'll use (FYI:cloning won't create this partition). At the end of the install process you'll be asked if you want to migrate from a second system, TimeMachine backup or a second drive. At this point connect your TimeMachine backup drive and let it run. It will create your original user accounts and carry over your Apps & data files. You can even fine tune what not to copy over.
 
That should do it.

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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You're hitting one of the issues when you clone from a different system as the device driver your new system needs is missing.
 
Because of all of the issues cloning causes I don't use them any more. I manage over 200 systems and all I use is Apples TimeMachine & Migration Assistant tool when I need to move someones stuff to a new system or drive.
 
I would first make a good backup of your stuff using TimeMachine onto an external drive. Once done, create a USB thumb drive OS installer following this guide: [http://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Once donethen, boot up under it so you can delete the current partition on your systems SSD. Using the Installer install the OS it will create both the hidden recovery partition and the main partition you'll use (FYI:cloning won't create this partition). At the end of the install process you'll be asked if you want to migrate from a second system, TimeMachine backup or a second drive. At this point connect your TimeMachine backup drive and let it run. It will create your original user accounts and carry over your Apps & data files. You can even fine tune what not to copy over.
I would first make a good backup of your stuff using TimeMachine onto an external drive. Once done, create a USB thumb drive OS installer following this guide: [http://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Once donethen, boot up under it so you can delete the current partition on your systems SSD. Using the Installer install the OS it will create both the hidden recovery partition and the main partition you'll use (FYI:cloning won't create this partition). At the end of the install process you'll be asked if you want to migrate from a second system, TimeMachine backup or a second drive. At this point connect your TimeMachine backup drive and let it run. It will create your original user accounts and carry over your Apps & data files. You can even fine tune what not to copy over.
 
That should do it.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

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You're hitting one of the issues when you clone from a different system as the device driver your new system needs is missing.

Because of all of the issues cloning causes I don't use them any more. I manage over 200 systems and all I use is Apples TimeMachine & Migration Assistant tool when I need to move someones stuff to a new system or drive.

I would first make a good backup of your stuff using TimeMachine onto an external drive. Once done, create a USB thumb drive OS installer following this guide: [http://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive]. Once done, boot up under it so you can delete the current partition on your systems SSD. Using the Installer install the OS it will create both the hidden recovery partition and the main partition you'll use (FYI:cloning won't create this partition). At the end of the install process you'll be asked if you want to migrate from a second system, TimeMachine backup or a second drive. At this point connect your TimeMachine backup drive and let it run. It will create your original user accounts and carry over your Apps & data files. You can even fine tune what not to copy over.

That should do it.

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