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Sat Apr 06, 2013 11:15 am

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I've got a Mid 2012 13" Macbook Pro & a Dell studio 1555 (Win 7 Ultimate) & one of them has got to go!
I'm upgrading RAM to 8GB & the HD to 1TB, so I can have 2 500GB drives for each system, but had a couple of questions.
1) can I run the windows easy transfer from dell & install on new windows partition?
2) Once I am finished, what's a good backup option? Currently using Acronis home on Dell & haven't really been using macbook long enough to accumulate anything worth backing up.
3) Anything else I'm currently NOT considering...
Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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Wed Apr 10, 2013 10:55 pm

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You can use Windows Easy Transfer to move files from a PC to Windows on a Mac. Install Windows and the Apple drivers for Windows first.

To backup Windows, you can use any Windows backup program.

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