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Applacations?? if i have deleted all my applacations then went to another mac with a memory stick and out them back on the laptop but none of them will open... ????

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You cannot just copy icons from other mac to tour mac and make it work you need installer for the application you have to download it

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Are you just copying the apps to the new computer? If so it won't work. You need to install the apps from an install disk, unless of course you have the installers on the memory stick. If you need more info, please feel free to ask me. I'll gladly help you as I can. Peace.

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    No. I had problems with a brand-new MacBook, so had to get another new one an Apple Tech did the installation for me on.. I couldn't reach them today. So if Apple cant fix it, don't know who can.


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