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iMac - New iMac runs slowly after transfer, help!


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My new iMac 20 runs nice and fast, flying thru websites, etc. BUT after I do a data/file/application transfer (the old restart holding the 'T' key) from my G4 Powerbook, the iMac runs and searches very slowly.. what is going on? Thanks for your help.
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