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here's the short story: macbook died, but HDD still works. I would like to take photos stored ONLY in iPhoto and transfer them to a PC with Windowa 7 on it. Is that possible or not? How do I transfer all my files from the Mac HDD to PC? Can I even transfer the iPhoto app data to Windows? I don't have another MB to do this with.
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