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How to transfer all data and apps from my iMac Intel core 2

Hello Friends from C/Net Forum. Looking to see if there is a posibility...
My question is, How to transfer all data and apps from my Old iMac Intel core 2 duo to another Old iMac Intel core 2 duo with the same caracteristics... The problem is, the display of the old machine is not working any more, so I can not see (or Click) on anything???

Would I be able to do the migration from the new iMac??? without the need of doing some clicking arround in the old one?

Hope you undestand my question.

Best regards,

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What I've done in such cases
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Transfer data over broken display via Target Disc Mode.

Sorry about the spelling and typographic errors. English is defenetly not my native lenguage.
Before opening up the computers, I will tray to connect each other by firewire and try to use TARGET DISC MODE.
In case doesn't work, will have to excahnge HDD.
Thank you very much for your answer.
Regards.

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