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Old 10-09-2009, 04:59 AM
SupaSandeep SupaSandeep is offline
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Best way to created a backup of a new drive

I've got a 1.5TB drive with about 700GB used, I bought another 1.5TB and did a backup but it took over 24hrs for the whole thing, it averaged about 20GB/hr transfer... but when I manually move files over it moves a lot faster.

Unfortunately, the backup I bought is a faulty and I'm going to have to return it. I'm a little scared of running another 24+hr backup and was wondering if there's a faster way to do it.


Also, if I manually moves files over, then run a smart update, will SD delete what I've manually moved and try to run them through SD? I could have sworn in the past when I've done this SD deleted my old files and copied them again thru SD. Any help is appreciated
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