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Old 04-05-2007, 03:58 AM
Art-Dude Art-Dude is offline
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Smile Change from "Copy Files To..." to SmartBackup

Sorry, to interject the query into and existing thread, but I didn't want to open a new thread...my question is very minor. I set up SuperDuper! Backup to "Copy Files to...", because I wanted to keep the original files on the backup, removed those files after the first full back up. I then removed those original from the source...so each subsequent backup. I presume the files I deleted from the source remain on the backup. Now I have made it so that I do note keep the deleted files on the backup. Can I switch to Smart Backup without doing the whole erast and copy all over again?

Second Question: I notice that the Backup drive files copied is 37 gb...my source is only 20 gb...If I try to restore, won't I overfill the source?

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