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'''== "Think Before You Leap" !!! ==
'''
Friends
THINK BEFORE YOU LEAP


Friends
, I use a Mac [image|872017][image|872015]

[image|872017]

[image|872015]

. Now, I very often, feel the necessity of swapping my Airport Time Capsule with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie Rugged [image|872031] and

[image|872031]

and
StoreJet 300 [image|872032]Thunderbolt

[image|872032]

Thunderbolt
External Hard Disk Drives with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using them together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC[image|872016][image|872023] swapATC

[image|872016]

[image|872023]

swap
is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adapter [image|872029]and

[image|872029]

and
place it carefully without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt converter [image|872022]made

[image|872022]

made
by Apple only, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD[image|872026] inSSD

[image|872026]

in
order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
'''== "Think Before You Leap" !!! ==
'''
Friends
THINK BEFORE YOU LEAP


Friends
, I use a Mac [image|872017][image|872015]

[image|872017]

[image|872015]

. Now, I very often, feel the necessity of swapping my Airport Time Capsule with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie Rugged [image|872031] and

[image|872031]

and
StoreJet 300 [image|872032]Thunderbolt

[image|872032]

Thunderbolt
External Hard Disk Drives with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using them together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC[image|872016][image|872023] swapATC

[image|872016]

[image|872023]

swap
is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adapter [image|872029]and

[image|872029]

and
place it carefully without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt converter [image|872022]made

[image|872022]

made
by Apple only, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD[image|872026] inSSD

[image|872026]

in
order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

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Friends'''== "Think Before You Leap" !!! ==
'''
Friends
, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now[image|872017][image|872015]. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping themy Airport Time MachineCapsule with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie externalRugged [image|872031] and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks300 [image|872032]Thunderbolt External Hard Disk Drives with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using thethem together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATCATC[image|872016][image|872023] swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor andadapter [image|872029]and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt converter made[image|872022]made by Apple only, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course riskyrisky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSDSSD[image|872026] in order to gogo for a safer config. throughthrough disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATCATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
Friends'''== "Think Before You Leap" !!! ==
'''
Friends
, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now[image|872017][image|872015]. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping themy Airport Time MachineCapsule with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie externalRugged [image|872031] and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks300 [image|872032]Thunderbolt External Hard Disk Drives with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using thethem together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATCATC[image|872016][image|872023] swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor andadapter [image|872029]and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt converter made[image|872022]made by Apple only, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course riskyrisky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSDSSD[image|872026] in order to gogo for a safer config. throughthrough disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATCATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

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Metin:

Friends, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a RJ45LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt adaptorconverter made by Apple itselfonly, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
Friends, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a RJ45LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt adaptorconverter made by Apple itselfonly, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: technocreative ,

Metin:

Friends, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a RJ45 to Thunderbolt adaptor made by Apple itself and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But it's riskythe entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
Friends, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a RJ45 to Thunderbolt adaptor made by Apple itself and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But it's riskythe entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: technocreative ,

Metin:

Friends, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. But it's risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through discdisk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
Friends, I use a 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. But it's risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through discdisk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: technocreative ,

Metin:

Friends, I use a black 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. But it's risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through disc cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
Friends, I use a black 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one. Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. But it's risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to go for a safer config. through disc cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

Durum:

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Friends, I use a black 2013 black cylindrical Mac Pro - the quad core one.  Now, I too very often, feel the necessity of swapping the Airport Time Machine with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie external and StoreJet external Thunderbolt hard disks with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using the together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adaptor and place it carefully inside without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. But it's risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD in order to  go for a safer config.  through disc cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB  ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!

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