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hi, new here

i decided to upgrade my MB (late 2008) HD. i did a clean install, and was going to do a restore from my TM backup, but when i run migration assistant, it doesnt see my time machine drive. what am i doing wrong?

for now i popped the old drive in so i at least have use of everything, but id much rather be enjoying my new WB Scorpio Black

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