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Old 03-13-2007, 03:42 PM
seanm69 seanm69 is offline
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Backup doubled my data size. Help!

I used backup all files and copy different files. I was copying my start up drive system and data 50 gb to an internal 160 gb. Some data was already on the internal 160(40 gb). SD succesfully copied my startup drive data and the 160 drive is now bootable. The problem is:
Somehow SD copied DOUBLE the data. The 50 GB of startup data is now reading as 100GB on the 160 drive.

What did I do wrong. I can't find the double data. I am losing 50 gb of storage.

Thanks.
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