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Old 08-15-2007, 07:12 AM
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Question Script question

Hi,

I want to backup ALL of my data from HardDisk1, and 2 folders from HardDisk2.

I started a new SuperDuper project, and choose the "Backup all files" form the "using" drop-down. list.

Than I choose "Edit Selected Copy Script" and I saw several scripts in "Included Scripts". Than I went to "Script Commands" and added 2 commands. 1 for "Volumes->HardDisk2->MyFirstFolder" and one for "Volumes->HardDisk2->MySecondFolder". Both set to "copy". I saved it and started the Copy process.

The result is that ALL of my data of HardDisk1 is copied to the backup dis, but nothing of my HardDisk2. So, the "copy" command for "Volumes->HardDisk2->MyFirstFolder" and for "Volumes->HardDisk2->MySecondFolder" did not work.

Did I do something wrong here?

Thanks!

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