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Old 07-08-2008, 04:17 PM
doofmaczemy doofmaczemy is offline
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Question Backups without making this kind of mistake?

Hello,
Many of my files (the ones i can no longer fit on the first drive) are stored on my second drive (the drive that i back up to).

The problem is that stuff laid aside for storage purposes on this second drive are getting written over by everything on the first drive whenever i make a backup.

How do you tell Superduper exactly which folders/ files NOT to write over when performing a backup? Technically, if I could put everything new inside of one folder on the second drive, and then if i could tell SuperDuper to leave that one folder alone, i would be all set. I DO NOT want to partition the drive.

thank you for any advice/ suggestions
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