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Old 03-13-2014, 01:05 AM
RichardRipley RichardRipley is offline
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Not sure how to copy folders

Hi Dave:

Hope you have been well! It's been quite some time since I had any questions for you on this Forum but here goes...

I just purchased a Mac Pro 2013 and I have moved two separate hard drives to one larger RAID 1 drive. On that drive I have a folder iTunes and a folder Photos. I have read your posts about backing up folders but I just don't get it. I guess I'm in a "duh" phase because of the shiny black metal of the new Mac Pro.

How do I go about setting up SuperDuper! to back up each of those folders, the iTunes folder to another drive and the Photos folder to another drive (That is the backup would be to two separate drives - one for the iTunes folder, the other for the Photos folder.) I'm just not sure how to write the script. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Best wishes,

Richard Ripley
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