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I have an SSD hard drive from MacBook Pro late 2012 (A1425). Is there a possibility to somehow connect it to a normal PC through SATA, PCIe etc.?

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    what is "normal PC" ? Toshiba, Asus, Dell and so on... Model ? connect as build in or external drive ? – Ruskes Jul 3 '15 at 18:20
  • "Normal PC" is a PC with SATA connector for hard drives. – Jaroslav Jul 3 '15 at 20:53
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It appears to be possible.
According to this iFixit tear down, the A1425 SSD

It's a Samsung MZ-DPC2560/0A2 unit, rated at 3.3 volts and 2.39 amps. The serial number reads S0X5NYAC703706.

mSATA SSD

Which appears to have an mSATA connector. There are lots of mSATA to whatever-you-may-need adapters on the market.

mSATA to micro SATA (1) (2)

mSATA USB enclosure

I haven't tried any of this myself, just did a search for it.


This question 28 pin SSD adapter or enclosure needed for Late 2014 MBP points to certain incompatibilities to be aware of before buying.

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