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Old 08-05-2009, 03:17 PM
veganjustice veganjustice is offline
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Not enough space...

Okay, I have a TB internal that I am trying to back up to a 500gb external, I have a little over 650gb used on the internal, so there are a few folders that I am fine with not having transfer over, I added up the files I wouldn't be transfering, and it comes to less than the 465 or whatever is left on the external, erased backed up, and the folders I thought I was "ignoring" keep copying over.

I guess I am doing it wrong, because it hits the 465gb spot, and it stops because of lack of space, on a file I thought I was ignoring.

I first tried just adding the folder, that didn't work, so each individual file within the folder. How can I choose so the contents in folders won't copy over.

I was choosing "edit Selected copy script" and choosing ignore whichever folder/file I didn't need. But that isn't working.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
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