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Q: how to import previous data to new Mac machine?
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A: please prepare a Firewire, 400 or 800, which is depended by machine’s FW interface (generally all machine should have Firewire 400 interface); use a connection wire to connect them, and then on the new Mac, find the folder /Application/Ultility, execute the conversion assistant, and later configuration is quite simple. Besides, new Macbook users could also use USB wire to transfer data.

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Article Submitted On: 2009-03-24 09:07:36
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