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Files on PC to Mac? Help


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I want to transfer my music and video files from my PC to my new iMac. How can I do this? I've heard of using iPod, or just burning the info onto CD(my PC's CD drive is dead). What else can I do?

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Guess I should have snooped around a bit,

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