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Old 02-03-2009, 01:15 AM
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Question There's a 1 after the target volume name


I don't actually thing this is a SuperDuper! thing really, more the way my Mac is set up. However I think that it is very likely a solution will be known here.

The target volume for the backup of my Macintosh HD is called Ext HD 005 (a) but in the target pop-up menu of SuperDuper! it shows in the Finder as "Ext HD 005 (a) 1" There is a 1 appended to the name.

When I go to startup my Mac holding down the option key I see that the startup volume has the name "Ext HD 005 (a) 1" as well.

I can guess that for some reason that target volume has been identified twice in the directory and so has the 1 however I can't seem to find a way to get rid of that path and just have Ext HD 005 (a) without the 1.

I'd be grateful if someone would tell me how to do this.

Thank you.

P.S. I'm a great fan of SuperDuper! I used to use that other one but SuperDuper! is much better for my requirements.
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