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MBP arrived this morning!!



What an amazing piece of kit this is. Migration assistant is great!

So, gonna spend the day sorting it out and generally enjoying myself!!
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Nice! Have fun and enjoy yourself!
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Wow, very cool. I just got to play with one at my local CompUSA the other day for 20 minutes. Very nice machine.

Enjoy! I am sure you will!!
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Btw, does anyone know how to stop target disk mode only allowing me to access one of my HDD's?

I have 2 HDD's in my old mac, one is 120GB and one is 40GB. Whenever i launch in TDM i only get the 40GB mounting on the new mac.

How can i see my main HDD? (the 120GB)

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In my G5, target disk mode shows both of its HD on my MBP.

My MacBook is currently at Apple Care do to noises which hurt my ears and a nnoy me.

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In my G5, target disk mode shows both of its HD on my MBP.
Hmm, some investigation needed then i think. Anyone else have any ideas?


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My MacBook is currently at Apple Care do to noises which hurt my ears and a nnoy me.
Thats not good news. So far, none of the 'well known' probs have happened on mine. Thought I have only had it for 4 hours!

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Right, sorted.

With a bit of research, found an article that said sometimes TDM will only find the first drive on the IDE/ATA cable, and with my crazy HDD setup I had to do some quick internal surgery, but now TDM has found my drive and everythings copied!

Now its time to erase the old mac ready for re-sell. *sniff sniff*

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Congrats! I want one soooo bad. I would knock down an old lady down some stairs for one...


not really.

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Is her insurance paid in full :p

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That looks Sooo sweet! I would get one, but its too expensive!

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This may be a little off topic and I am sorry, but what are some of the more "well known" issues with the MacBook Pro? My sister is about to get the 1.8 Ghz model, this will be her first mac and I dont want her to be turned off because of first gen issues. Thanks for any help. Im going to go use the search button now.
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This may be a little off topic and I am sorry, but what are some of the more "well known" issues with the MacBook Pro? My sister is about to get the 1.8 Ghz model, this will be her first mac and I dont want her to be turned off because of first gen issues. Thanks for any help. Im going to go use the search button now.
the common macbook problems are in this thread here
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