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I hope by WD you mean Western Digital, an HDD. And I hope you know where-alI all the data lies. If yes, its easy. Attach the WD to the Dell. From My Computer Select all the folders that you want on your new Apple. You can select multiple folders/files by keeping the CTRL key pressed while you go on selecting files and folders. Once that is done right click on any one of the selected files or folders. Select copy. All the files and folders will be copied to the memory of the Dell. Then from My computers select open the WD and right click on it. Select Paste. and all the files/folders will be copied to the WD. Once finished with Dell, log off and power off the Dell. Disconnect the WD from the Dell and connect to the Apple and power it on. Once the Apple boots up your WD will be seen as an additional drive on the Apple. Now copy all the files and folders to the Apple as you did from the Dell.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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