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Aktuelle Version von: Dan ,

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OK lets see if we can break thru the gordian knot you have your self in.
 
Yosemite file system requires HFS+ When you upgraded to Mojave the installer upgraded your SSD to APFS in addition it also updated your systems firmware so APFS volumes can be booted.
 
The hidden recovery partition you still have for some reason is still setup for Yosemite. You’ll need to use the Internet recovery services to configure your new SSD [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314|About macOS Recovery]. Here we want to use the keys '''Option-⌘-R''' to get the latest version installed with the new SSD mountermounted internally in your system. Once

Once
you get the OS installedinstalled you should be OK.
The hidden recovery partition you still have for some reason is still setup for Yosemite. You’ll need to use the Internet recovery services to configure your new SSD [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314|About macOS Recovery]. Here we want to use the keys '''Option-⌘-R''' to get the latest version installed with the new SSD mountermounted internally in your system. Once

Once
you get the OS installedinstalled you should be OK.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Dan ,

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OK lets see if we can break thru the gordian knot you have your self in.

Yosemite file system requires HFS+ When you upgraded to Mojave the installer upgraded your SSD to APFS in addition it also updated your systems firmware so APFS volumes can be booted.

The hidden recovery partition you still have for some reason is still setup for Yosemite. You’ll need to use the Internet recovery services to configure your new SSD [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314|About macOS Recovery]. Here we want to use the keys '''Option-⌘-R''' to get the latest version installed with the new SSD mounter internally in your system. Once you get the OS installed.

Status:

open