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Old 06-04-2009, 12:22 PM
DeathtoToasters DeathtoToasters is offline
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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
The big problem is that your user account is likely to have a different low-level ID (UID) when imported after this point. You'll see a lot of users encoutering difficulty with this particular situation all over the web... it's best to avoid that situation!

Ok then....sounds good.

Here is my plan...

Install NEW HDD into new MBP.

Backup OLD MBP to firewire drive.

Then reboot NEW MBP from firewire drive attached to it with most current FULL backup with superduper.

Then do a full clone boot copy to new MBP drive.

Should be all good from there right?

The main issue is that the OLD MBP drive is 500gb....the new current one is 320 that is why I am install a new 500 GB drive into the new MBP to make things even and I don't want to invite any space issues. They are so dang cheap anyway these days, might as well.

How does that plan sound?
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