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Hello, I have searched and haven't found an answer to my question so I hope I am in the right forum. I am considering upgrading my hdd in my macbook pro but I have a lot of torrents and wanted to know if there is a way to transfer the torrents and their content to the new hdd? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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If you talking about copyrighted material, we cannot discuss it on the forums

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If you talking about copyrighted material, we cannot discuss it on the forums
No, just multiple large files that i don't want to have to go through the pain of downloading again
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The best way to transfer the contents of one hard drive to another is to use cloning software: SuperDuper (shareware) or Carbon Copy Cloner (donation ware) will do the job. I'll let you use Google to find the sites.
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