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Swapping macs

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Im looking to swap my white macbook for a macbook pro (the old big silver ones, sorry i dont know the names) and i wanted to know if theres a way i can have all my itunes, software and AU (for logic pro) moved on to the mac pro. I dont know where any of the CD's for my AU are and wanted to know if i could clone those parts of my current mac. For example, on the mac pro the guys got logic 9 on it and on my current mac ive got logic 8 but loads of plug-ins and audio units. I want all the plug ins and such but i want to know if i can copy them and load the on logic 9 on his mac???

If you can help me out could you please explain fairly simple

im 16 and still fairly noob to macs

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