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Mine is 2009 MBP which seems a bit tough to play DSD therefore it is time to be replacde by a new MBP

I am wondering how you guys transferring the software to the new computer

 

For the softwares such as A+ , Asmara and Pure Music

 

Are you using the migration assistance, clone copy from old one to a new one or follow the software developer instructions ?

 

I don't like a the Audiravava 2 as I prefer 1.5 as I want to use iTunes. Then where can I find 1.5 to download as suggest by developer

 

Regarding Amarra , I am a bit worried as always has problem to reactive it

B&W 800 Diamond D2, Goldmund Eidos Reference CD, Goldmund Telos 600, Goldmund Mimesis 32, Cello Audio Palette MIV.[br]MacBook Pro, LIO, Mytek 192, HD800, Luxman SQ-38U, Luxman MQ-88u

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I've done similar things and just make sure you have your emails with activation codes etc. Also, in Safari you can go to Preferences>Security and view your logins to those sites to make sure you have your login credentials and passwords handy.

BattleScarze,

 

More is only better when less is no good!

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Thank you.

 

The only reason why I don't clone the new MBP with the old one is, as doing this I will lose the apple's diagnostic software (option D while booting up your computer) , the software is hidden somewhere and It will be erased if we format or clone the hard drive

 

I probably add an extra partition on it. And clone the new partition with the old one.

B&W 800 Diamond D2, Goldmund Eidos Reference CD, Goldmund Telos 600, Goldmund Mimesis 32, Cello Audio Palette MIV.[br]MacBook Pro, LIO, Mytek 192, HD800, Luxman SQ-38U, Luxman MQ-88u

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well,It will be erased if we format or clone the hard drive.thanks6OloU6

 

Do u think add a partitiom will earse too ?

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