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Old 01-07-2013, 4:28 PM
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Default Switching to Mac

Hey all,

I am deciding to make the switch from PC to Mac. I custom build the desktop I have, and have an HP computer. The Desktop has most everything from both the laptop and the desktop on its HD. I have an external harddrive, but its only 250GB. How would Ya'll suggest i store all my data which is roughly 500GB while I switch Computers. My plan was to sell the laptop to fund the purchase of the Macbook Pro I want. Then sell the Desktop, but I have a fear that I'll lose all my data between selling the laptop and getting the Mac to transfer the data too from the desktop.

Any suggestions?

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