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My suggestion was going to be Migration Assistant, however you'll need to make a backup iso or time machine to import from, or another machine as you've mentioned. There is unlikely to be a clean way of doing this honestly...


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For #1, one thing to remember is your iCloud account is different from your iTunes/App Store account. You should not lose any of your iCloud documents because that is stored in the iCloud account. Apple's support page describes the procedure here and you should be able to change it back if you like at a later point. But basically, when you change stores, ...


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It can't be done since Apple doesn't think that's something anyone would ever need to do. Maybe it's time for Apple to invest a few cycles in updating iCal, Contacts and Email - they haven't been updated in a decade.


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As Tetsujin said, I agree that we cannot help much with the information provided. But I'd be surprised if they were gone (reasoning at end). However I will make an assumption that you have a photo library in /Users/username/Pictures/Photos in Library.photoslibrary I would right click on the "Photos in Library.photoslibrary" file - select "show package ...


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Ok I just got a new MBPr 15 and had this problem too. Fresh migration didn't work. If I skipped migrating and used migration assistant later that did work but isnt really a full copy. Here is what worked for me. Boot up the new computer into recover mode. So boot and hold 'r'. In recovery mode try using restore from time machine backup. That took maybe 2 ...


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When having problems with Migration Assistant the first thing to do is go back to basics. Do the migration one step at a time. When I run into trouble I create a new user on the old machine and migrate just that user. I then make sure I clean as much junk out of my account on the old machine. Then try migrating just that account. If you get problems with ...


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You have several options to clone the main volume of the MacBook Pro (early 2011) to the MacBook Pro 2015. Prerequisites: Update the MacBook Pro (early 2011) to the latest Yosemite version a Thunderbolt cable or an external hard drive and/or a full OS X on a thumb drive optional a backup/imager app like Carbon Copy Cloner Thunderbolt: Attach the ...


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You can use Thunerbolt/FireWire to boot a Mac into Target-Mode to use it as a drive. Than you can clone it using disk utility, like you would clone a regular external drive. Next you'll (probably) need to reinstall OS X on the new MacBook Pro over that partition (so you have the latest OS X with all the drivers for the new device and whatnot), you can either ...



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