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Old 01-07-2006, 10:34 PM
jsfitz22 jsfitz22 is offline
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Migration problem - do you have a solution?

Problem:
I need to migrate a 120GB hard drive OS 10.3.9 system to a 75GB partition on a new hard drive. I have an iTunes music folder which is about 70 GB. I also just purchased SuperDuper! to help with the system cloning. I also have two SATA 300GB drives - oneof which I want to house the iTunes music folder on.

Question:
So, how do I do this and retain all of my preferences (iTunes playlists, playcounts, etc.)? I did a full copy/backup of the 120GB system using SuperDuper! to the second SATA drive for safe keeping.

A couple of other questions; 1) how would I do this for iPhoto and iMovie (how do I copy the data to the SATA drive and then have all of the preferences stay on the new 75GB PATA drive partition?

Thank you in advance for your help!
-Jason

Dual 1.25 GHz PowerPC G4 Mac OS X (10.3.9) 2 GB DDR SDRAM
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