Extract the drives from the FW800 enclosure - if they're SATA drives put them in a USB-C or USB3 enclosure. If they're old parallel ATA drives - time to buy new drives.What is the best way to connect a USB-C to FireWire 800 drives without using two dongles or a dock?
What drives do you have? (brand - 2.5 or 3.5 - SSD or HDD)?Any HD enclosures recommendations? Maybe I can swamp them out?
I have three G-Tech drives that are 3.5 and two more G-Tech mini drives that are 2.5 HDDWhat drives do you have? (brand - 2.5 or 3.5 - SSD or HDD)?
How many drives do you have?
I've become a huge fan of the Oyen Digital enclosures for my 2.5-inch SSDs and HDDs, which I am using in the USB-A, USB-C, eSATA/USB-A, and eSATA/USB-A/FW800 variants. This is the USB-C version - there are much cheaper alternatives in the $10-20 range, but these enclosures do the MBP's quality justice IMO. They are, IMO, comparable or superior to most enclosures that G-Technology and LaCie use.