Member Since: Jan 04, 2011
Location: Reading, UK
Mac Specs: 15" MBP, 2.5GHz i7, 750GB, 6770M 1GB, iPad 3, iPhone 4, custom PC
04-14-2011, 07:47 AM
1) put new
hard drive in an enclosure.
2) connect enclosure to Macbook.
3) Open SuperDuper.
4) In SuperDuper, clone old hard drive to new one. (this copies all
the data on your Mac, to the new one.)
5) Once it is finished, you now have 2
drives, both with identical
data on them.
6) take out your old 80GB hard drive from your macbook, and replace it with the new one you just cloned.
7) Boot up your macbook. it will boot up into OSX, and it will be as if nothing has changed. all your old data will be there. the only difference will be that you have more available space.
your old drive will still have all your data on it. this is a back up. you can put it in an enclosure and use it as an external if you wish.
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