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Forum roundup: Migrating to SSD + spinning drive
Friday, February 1, 2013 @ 2:36pm

Yesterday in the MacNN forums Moderator "ibook_steve" started a thread looking for suggestions on how to install a SSD into their 2010 MacBook Pro, along with their existing 750GB hard drive, read more here. One user is trying to find out if it is possible to send photos from an iMac to an iPod and has turned to the forums for some advice.



Fresh-Faced Recruit "mahijiru" is wondering if Apple Lossless music in iTunes is compressed when it is put onto an iPod, read more here. An annoyed Moderator is having trouble getting their local web server working and is looking for some ideas about how to get things going again. Irritated forum goers discuss the lousy search function in the OS X AppStore search in this thread started earlier this week.

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