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hey, i have just brought a 12" powerbook, and i want to transfer all of my photo's from my old ibook to my new powerbook, i have tried just dragging them all into a folder, but it won't allow me ! Any help ? thanks .
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go to the migration assistant and use that, just follow the instructions. Its located in applications/utilities
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go to the migration assistant and use that, just follow the instructions. Its located in applications/utilities
That would be great but i have no firewire lead to connect them , is there anyother way that i could transfer them, i have an ipod ?
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That would be great but i have no firewire lead to connect them , is there anyother way that i could transfer them, i have an ipod ?
You can use your iPod as a USB Storage drive and manually transfer the photos from your iBook to the iPod and then to the PowerBook.

Alternatively, you can burn a CD with the photos from your iBook and transfer them to the PowerBook

Another option is to sign up for a trial .Mac account and transfer photos from the iBook to your .Mac iDisk and then to your PowerBook.
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You can use your iPod as a USB Storage drive and manually transfer the photos from your iBook to the iPod and then to the PowerBook.

Alternatively, you can burn a CD with the photos from your iBook and transfer them to the PowerBook

Another option is to sign up for a trial .Mac account and transfer photos from the iBook to your .Mac iDisk and then to your PowerBook.
cheers, thats should do the trick, didnt think of burning a disk !
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