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Old 04-20-2008, 07:26 PM
marck marck is offline
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My 1st SD backup, apparently incomplete.

I just purchased and installed SD and did my 1st backup. I have 3 hard drives in my Mac Pro. My main boot drive and then 2 1TG internal drives, one for my video files and the other for backing up the drive with the video files.

I just attempted to copy all files from the one drive (video) to the other. When I came back it appeared to be done. The program was not running and there were no error messages. However, when I go to "Finder" and compare the two drives they have different amounts, as follows:
Drive 1 (source) 567.34GB used
Drive 2 (target) 534.51GB used

When I look at the first couple of levels of folders, there is the same number of folders (101). I haven't gone through all the folders, and subfolders, etc, manually to try to figure out where they differ.

Any suggestions as to why SD apparently isn't doing the job or what I should do to sort it out?
Thanks,
Marc
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