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Old 11-25-2008, 07:59 PM   #19
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That's what I did with mine, and it does work well.
So how does that work? I'm facing replacing at least one, but possibly two machines and there's a boatload of stuff that would have to be transferred. If I go to a brick-n-mortor Apple Store to buy the new ones and lug the old machines with me they'll transfer everything from the old machines at no charge.

HOWEVER, if it's really REALLY simple to transfer yourself like you did, I could buy the new stuff on line, do the auto-transfer thing myself and save myself a lot of lugging, gasoline and time driving 2.5 hours one way to the nearest Apple Store. It would also save me the hassle of dealing with the madness of holiday shoppers at that big mall.

   
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