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Do you have any of your iOS backups? How about making sure you are on the the latest update for clash. Also make sure you are logged in under your iTunes/AppleID and Game Center the same as you were before the issue began.
Far too late for this answer to be useful to the OP… but the trick is, once you've copied your whole iTunes folder from your backup into its original location, to 'spoil' the iTunes Library.itl file, [with iTunes quit] then on next launch it will see the broken file & recreate it, restoring all your playlists. You usually lose a few album covers, idk ...
For the mailbox in question, in the Mail.app, go to Mailbox (top menu), and then select Rebuild. You may need to relaunch the app for the older messages to be downloaded.
You can use every HDD for time machine except the system HDD, but if you partition ate your system HDD you can use the new time machine for Time Machine. Remember: don0t format all your HDD when formatting, you will format even your backup!
Only thing that worked for me was to create the same Yosemite boot disk on a firewire drive. MacPro Desktop Tower: OS X v10.9.5; 2x3.2GHz Quad Core Intel Xeon, 14GM 800 MHz DDR2, MacPro3,1.
The easiest way to copy your old setup (including your data) onto your new machine is to use Migration Assistant on the new model. This requires both computers to be connected "somehow" (with this "somehow" being as fast as possible, so a LAN is usually better than WLAN for instance). If you don't have access to both machines simultaneously, I would use an ...
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