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Can I swap my old hard drive into my new machine?

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My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board :-(. The problem is the cost of repair the damage was about as much as a replacement system, so I decided to get a identical 2012 instead. I’m not happy about why I had to buy it, but my hard drive is fine so I can make it like nothing ever happened by swapping the drive over.

Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive so I still have plenty of reusable parts to pick at. I can drop the old hard drive into my new machine and be back where I am, but my replacement shipped with Sierra AND I updated to High Sierra (no APFS). To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about the short. Since my replacement is not on High Sierra, I don’t know what kind of updates I need to run to get the EFI firmware current or if it’s even an issue at all.

Once I install High Sierra and check the EFI is current, is it still possible to switch hard drives between systems with very similar hardware? I know it worked in the past but the EFI updates changed things dramatically.

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편집자: Nick ,

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Can I swap my old hard drive into my new machine?

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My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board :-(. The problem is the cost of repair is bordering onthe damage was about as much as a whole system so it wasn’t worth fixing it in this casereplacement system, so I upgradeddecided to get a 13” 2012identical 2012 instead. I’m not happy about the situationwhy I had to buy it, but my hard drive is fine so I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how longcan make it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was better to just takelike nothing ever happened by swapping the upgradedrive over.
My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board :-(. The problem is the cost of repair is bordering onthe damage was about as much as a whole system so it wasn’t worth fixing it in this casereplacement system, so I upgradeddecided to get a 13” 2012identical 2012 instead. I’m not happy about the situationwhy I had to buy it, but my hard drive is fine so I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how longcan make it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was better to just takelike nothing ever happened by swapping the upgradedrive over.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive so I still have plenty of reusable partsparts to pick at. I can drop the old hard drive into my new machine and be back where I am, but my replacement shipped with SierraSierra AND I updated to High Sierra (no APFS). To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting againthe short. Since my replacement isn’t shipping withis not on High Sierra, I maydon’t know what kind of updates I need to upgraderun to get the EFI first before the swapfirmware current or if it’s even an issue at all.
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive so I still have plenty of reusable partsparts to pick at. I can drop the old hard drive into my new machine and be back where I am, but my replacement shipped with SierraSierra AND I updated to High Sierra (no APFS). To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting againthe short. Since my replacement isn’t shipping withis not on High Sierra, I maydon’t know what kind of updates I need to upgraderun to get the EFI first before the swapfirmware current or if it’s even an issue at all.
 
Once I install High Sierra and check the EFI is current, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off likebetween systems with very similar hardware? I know it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4,worked in the past but everything else should just workthe EFI updates changed things dramatically.
Once I install High Sierra and check the EFI is current, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off likebetween systems with very similar hardware? I know it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4,worked in the past but everything else should just workthe EFI updates changed things dramatically.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

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Can I dropswap my old hard drive in theinto my new machine?
Can I dropswap my old hard drive in theinto my new machine?

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My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and:-(. The problem is the cost of repair is bordering on a whole system so it isn’twasn’t worth fixing it in this case, so I decided to upgradeupgraded to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(2012. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was better to just time to bitetake the bullet and get a 2012upgrade.
My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and:-(. The problem is the cost of repair is bordering on a whole system so it isn’twasn’t worth fixing it in this case, so I decided to upgradeupgraded to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(2012. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was better to just time to bitetake the bullet and get a 2012upgrade.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drivedrive so I still have plenty of reusable parts. I can drop itthe old hard drive into my new machine and be back where I am, but itmy replacement shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However,Since my replacement isisn’t shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to dateHigh Sierra, I may need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFSupgrade the EFI first before the swap.
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drivedrive so I still have plenty of reusable parts. I can drop itthe old hard drive into my new machine and be back where I am, but itmy replacement shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However,Since my replacement isisn’t shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to dateHigh Sierra, I may need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFSupgrade the EFI first before the swap.
 
Once I install High SierraSierra and check the EFI is current, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4, but everything else should just work.
Once I install High SierraSierra and check the EFI is current, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4, but everything else should just work.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked upget a 2012.
My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked upget a 2012.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, my replacement is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
 
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4, but everything else should just work.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked up a 2012.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, my replacement is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
 
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4, but everything else should just work.
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen? I may need to redownload Sims 4, but everything else should just work.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it will be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked up a 2012.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, itmy replacement is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, itmy replacement is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
 
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen?

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it has to livewill be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked up a 2012.
My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it has to livewill be supported (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked up a 2012.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, it is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
 
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen?

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it has to live (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked up a 2012.
My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it has to live (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines. I wanted a Retina, but being able to migrate my HD was why I picked up a 2012.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, it is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
 
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen?

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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편집자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it has to live (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines.
 
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, it is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
Anyway, everything else about it is fine outside of the screen and board - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, it is shipping with Sierra so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.
 
Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen?

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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원문 게시자: Nick ,

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Can I drop my old hard drive in the new machine?

텍스트:

My 2011 MBP suffered from a dead short by the LVDS connector, which burned the board and it isn’t worth fixing so I decided to upgrade to a similar spec 2012 13” :-(. I’m not happy about the situation, but I figured since Metal 1 has a question mark on how long it has to live (and I have had preexisting issues with Sims 4), it was just time to bite the bullet and say goodbye to cheap 2011 machines.

Anyway, everything else about it is fine - including my hard drive. I can drop it into my new machine and be back where I am, but it shipped with Sierra. To make it so I can run it for data recovery, I put Kapton tape over the LVDS connector and LVDS cable so I don’t have to worry about it shorting again. However, it is shipping with Sierra  so in order to get the EFI up to date, I need to download High Sierra and opt out of APFS.

Once I install High Sierra, is it still possible to switch hard drives in situations like mine and be where we left off like it didn’t happen?

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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