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Old 03-04-2008, 06:05 PM
johnnf johnnf is offline
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SD doubles Time Machine size?

I backed up my "Macintosh HD" with Time machine on an external 500G drive. It took 180G to do that. Then I set up SD to back up all files using Smart update, using that same drive and taking advantage of all that Time machine had copied. The original 180G climbed to 354G, is that to be expected?

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John
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