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Mac Pro - Transfering data from G4 to G5


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I've upgraded to a newer G5 machine and was wondering whats the best way to transfer all my itunes , iphoto's etc across to my new machine.

Surely there is an easier way than burning everything to disc ?

I've heard maybe a cable to each machine ? any ideas would be appreciated.
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yes its called migration assistant

Yoiu will need a firewire cable

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=25773 (Tiger)

http://www.apple.com/pro/tips/migration.html (Leopard)
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Thanks your a star. I didnt want to sit here burning DVD discs all night.
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