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Transfer stuff from iphone to new macbook hard drive?


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Hello Forum,

my hard drive failed on my macbook. i put in a new drive and had the genius bar install snow leopard, but not lion. (lion caused me some problems.)

thusly, i've lost all my contacts on my macbook. (as well as itunes, iphotos, etc.)

is there a way to export the contacts on my phone into my macbook without having to upgrade back to lion?

is there any way to salvage anything on my phone and put it in my new mac hard drive?

thanks,
andrew
macbook, 2.13 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, Mac OS X Version 10.7.2
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