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MacBook Pro - Contact synching issue with iphone 3gs


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I am new to the forum and was actually sent here by Apple. I am having trouble losing my contact information when syncing back from my iphone 3gs and my Macbook pro. Apple thinks it might be in my preferences settings somewhere.

I typed my contacts into the computer, synced, everything was fine, but then the next time I synced up, all my contacts had been wiped from both my computer and my iphone. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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While you were syncing the contacts were you given any pop up messages about info on the computer being changed ?

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