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If I'm understanding what you're saying here, you're talking about the Apple Blade SSD which you had in the system with the original HD.
If I'm understanding what you're saying here, you're talking about the Apple Blade SSD which you had in the system with the original HD.
 
The two drives (SSD & HD) were bonded together into a Fusion drive. What you failed to do is break the Fusion back to the discrete drives (SSD & HD) before replacing the HD with the new 4 TB drive in.
 
So, you'll need to reconnect the 1 TB drive back to your system which you can do externally if you have a Thunderbolt case to hold it or you'll need to put it back in break the Fusion drive.
 
Even still you'll need the OWC adapter for the new drive.

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Original post by: Dan ,

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If I'm understanding what you're saying here, you're talking about the Apple Blade SSD which you had in the system with the original HD.

The two drives (SSD & HD) were bonded together into a Fusion drive. What you failed to do is break the Fusion back to the discrete drives (SSD & HD) before replacing the HD with the new 4 TB drive in.

So, you'll need to reconnect the 1 TB drive back to your system which you can do externally if you have a Thunderbolt case to hold it or you'll need to put it back in break the Fusion drive.

Even still you'll need the OWC adapter for the new drive.

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