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Power Mac - how do i transfer my internal 20gig HD to 250 HD


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Hello, I am somewhat keen on Apple stuff but I never did get the internal hard drive stuff worked out. Let me explain. My old g4 macbook pro's logic board went out so I moved my hd from it to my mother's even older g4 tower with only a 20gig hd on it. she had someone put another 250 hd in it and i do not know how to transfer to it. the 20 gig is so full i can't even update my iphone.
My question is this. How do i transfer the full 20 gig drive over to the 250 gig so i can operate until i buy a new computer? thanks for your help.
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