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Old 10-12-2008, 08:52 PM
milopus milopus is offline
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Default copy location?

Stupid me.

I was doing a complete copy of my Time Machine hard drive to a newer, larger hard drive with Superduper in the background. I forgot that Superduper was running, and I renamed my new target drive while it was copying. Realizing what I did, I switched over to Superduper, and it looked like it was still working fine.

I came back a little bit later to my computer to see the progress, and I found that Superduper stopped because my MacBook Pro's internal harddrive has 0MB of memory. I quickly deleted some files to free up a little harddrive space so that my computer still worked.

But did Superduper copy the files to my system disk? Where? How can I delete and recover more than 9GB that I had before I started the Superduper copy?

Thanks. I am running a MacBook Pro with the latest Leopard with Superduper v. 2.5. Transferring from a firewire external to an external USB hard drive.
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