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Your system uses IDE or SCSI drives which is a very different architecture than your MacBook Pro which uses a SATA drive. Review the links above.
Your system uses IDE or SCSI drives which is a very different architecture than your MacBook Pro which uses a SATA drive. Review the links above.
 
The only thing you could do here is get a USB 2.5” hard drive case to put your drive into then you could at least get to your files. But they still might not help you as the older systems apps may not run your newer files as its OS is limited to OS-X X 10.5.8 as thats the last version that has the PowerPC version of the OS. Most apps today have dropped the Fat binaries used back then.
 
Sadly, This is not really a workable solution either.
 
Lets go back to your MacBook Pro what happened to it? Maybe we can get it working again. In any case I’m sure it would be cheaper than trying to still buy a new system which you made clear you just can’t swing now.

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Your system uses SCSI drives which is a very different architecture than your MacBook Pro which uses a SATA drive. Review the links above.
 
The only thing you could do here is get a USB 2.5” hard drive case to put your drive into then you could at least get to your files. But they still might not help you as the older systems apps may not run your newer files as its OS is limited to OS-X X 10.5.8 as thats the last version that has the PowerPC version of the OS. Most apps today have dropped the Fat binaries used back then.
 
Sadly, This is not really a workable solution either.
 
Lets go back to your MAcBookMacBook Pro what happened to it? Maybe we can get it working again. In any case I’m sure it would be cheaper than trying to still buy a new system which you made clear you just can’t swing now.
Lets go back to your MAcBookMacBook Pro what happened to it? Maybe we can get it working again. In any case I’m sure it would be cheaper than trying to still buy a new system which you made clear you just can’t swing now.

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Your system uses SCSI drives which is a very different architecture than your MacBook Pro which uses a SATA drive. Review the links above.
Your system uses SCSI drives which is a very different architecture than your MacBook Pro which uses a SATA drive. Review the links above.
 
The only thing you could do here is get a USB 2.5” hard drive case to put your drive into then you could at least get to your files. But they still might not help you as the older systems apps may not run your newer files as its OS is limited to OS-X X 10.5.8 as thats the last version that has the PowerPC version of the OS. Most apps today have dropped the Fat binaries used back then.
 
Sadly, This is not really a workable solution either.
 
Lets go back to your MAcBook Pro what happened to it? Maybe we can get it working again. In any case I’m sure it would be cheaper than trying to still buy a new system which you made clear you just can’t swing now.

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Your system uses SCSI drives which is a very different architecture than your MacBook Pro which uses a SATA drive.

The only thing you could do here is get a USB 2.5” hard drive case to put your drive into then you could at least get to your files. But they still might not help you as the older systems apps may not run your newer files as its OS is limited to OS-X X 10.5.8 as thats the last version that has the PowerPC version of the OS. Most apps today have dropped the Fat binaries used back then.

Sadly, This is not really a workable solution either.

Lets go back to your MAcBook Pro what happened to it? Maybe we can get it working again. In any case I’m sure it would be cheaper than trying to still buy a new system which you made clear you just can’t swing now.

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