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Old 01-05-2016, 06:54 PM
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Removing a backup

I have been sharing my Time Machine Volume with my Superduper! backup. I am now beginning to run out of room and have purchased a new hard disk. Is deleting all the folders on my Time Machine except Backups.backupdb the correct method to remove my Superduper! backup?
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That'll do it. You can also copy an "empty" drive using "backup - all files" with "Smart Update". That'll delete everything but the 'preserved' info, such as the Time Machine backup.
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Thank you.
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