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Old 07-10-2005, 06:45 AM is offline
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Unhappy SuperDuper does not copy from my internal to my external harddisk...

I am having a problem when I want to copy from my internal harddisk to my external harddisk (want to make a backup - who doesn't.....).

I am running on my computer OS X 10.4.1., have a G4, 1,25ghz & 1,25 of RAM, and SuperDuper! 1.5.5 (I haven't registered YET...).

When initiating a copy session (pressing "Start Copying"), I get a message after 10/20 seconds that says "An error occurred while Verifying that permissions are enabled for "(my internal harddisk name)". After this message the initiated copy process stops. So: no backups for me at this time. This worries me.

I can't find a way to fix it. Tried about everything (deleted SuperDuper prefs, restored permissions, installed a fresh copy of SuperDuper! etc.)

So the result is: I can not make a backup anymore!

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