I have a 2007 Macbook (a1181) running Snow Leopard, and recently upgraded the hard drive to a new SSD. I did everything I should have done; I backed up my old hard drive, installed Snow Leopard on the new HD, then used Migration Assistant to move everything across from a time machine backup. Here's where it all turned to ****: it stopped with 16 minutes to go (a common problem I hear), and I had no choice but to prematurely remove the backup drive. My computer now refuses to read the drive with the backup on it (so does my gf's Macbook) meaning the only accessible copy of my old hard drive I have is the actual old hard drive itself. My question, then, is this: will it work if I buy an external hard drive enclosure, then use Migration Assistant to take the data from my old hard drive to my new one?