duallasotsubt.tk Ask Different is a question and answer site for power users of Apple hardware and software. It only takes a minute to sign up. However, until MA actually worked all the way, I had to abort it and restart both machines three times.
Does the Migration Assistant MOVE or COPY info from the older machine? At the end of the process, will the older machine still have all of its files and apps? I'd still like to The data copied by the Assistant is not deleted from your previous Mac. Click to It wont delete them from the old computer. share. Does migration assistant erase all the files and applications on the new your user, if you have the same name in the new mac as the old one.
This resulted in around 50GB of wasted space in my new macbook but no extraneous user accounts, as I read elsewhere that I don't know how to eliminate. You could use OmniDiskSweeper free to download and use to search for and remove big folders. To find the problematic area fast, run it in parallel on both your macs to see the differences and start at the top level.
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Connect them with an Ethernet cable instead with the appropriate adapters if necessary. Or consider using a different type of cable and Target Disk Mode.
Should that happens to you, boot the new machine up into macOS Recovery , use Disk Utility to erase the startup disk , and then reinstall macOS. Afterward, you can attempt the migration again.
This time, however, try doing it from a backup if you did it Mac-to-Mac the first time. Or try Target Disk Mode, as I mentioned. I used the migration assistant to try and install my backup files from a hard disk that was manually created not using Time Machine from my Macbook to a new High Sierra Macbook.
Mail will not be published required. January 25, at pm. I meant that. Just start it, use the fastest protocol you can find and cross your fingers and toes. Howdy I do it……. Apple Your old Mac might be such a mess that you want to start fresh with your new Mac and move over only a select group of files and folders.