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In Yosemite, open the local mail app, go to file>import mailboxes, then in the import pane that comes up, navigate to the user folder where the email app from the other computer is(stashed on a thumb drive or if you can connect directly to the other computer). Then after a bit, you should see a list of mailboxes that can be imported, and uncheck any you don'...


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You can use the built-in Migration Assistant to move your settings, apps, and documents to the new computer. Move your content to a new Mac Use Migration Assistant to copy all of your documents, apps, user accounts, and settings to a new Mac from another computer. Here's a document about how to use it (although it's pretty simple and it looks like ...


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I recently did this for my iMac using a time machine back up. So I went ahead and replaced the HDD with an SSD and started the computer. I had the ethernet capable plugged in and the time machine External HDD. There was a dialogue screen that asked me if I wanted to restore from Time machine and I clicked yes and selected the backup I wanted to use. it ...


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Yes. OS X supports external bootable volumes fine, and doesn't differentiate in any meaningful way between an external and internal bootable volume. I would recommend using Migration Assistant to migrate your files, however, if possible–but you'd need a second Mac for this. A relatively easy workaround is to simply "restore" the external disk using the ...


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Yes, you need driver & software for your Canon PowerShot G12.


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Here's a way to transfer photos to your computer (Windows 8 and above) Connect your iPhone to a trusted computer using the lightning cable. It is important that the computer is trusted. iPhones do not connect to the computer otherwise. The Photos app should automatically open. If it does not, you can open it using the Windows start menu or search bar. ...



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