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Old 05-12-2005, 11:34 AM
BobbyMiller BobbyMiller is offline
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Yeah the thing is I already wiped out my whole hard drive. So, I guess you're basically telling me I have to manually copy over all my stuff from my external drive?

If that is the case, any tips on what I should be copying and what doesn't need to be copied over to get all my settings and applications, documents back?

For example:

On my ibook with superduper and migration assistant, the aim instant messaging program ADIUM was transferred over complete with my account info and settings. However, dragging and dropping the application Adium from my external backup drive to the powermac g5 doesn't have my settings. Where are these types of files located at? And are there any major programs that I need to make sure I transfer their support files for?

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