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Old 12-11-2010, 07:52 PM
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Best way to move backup....

I have copied a backup of my hard drive on an iMac to a portable external drive. I want to take that backup and transfer it to an off-site external drive. How do I make the transfer? Simply put all the backup folders in a new folder and drag and drop to the off-site drive?
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No, you can't drag and drop...unless this is an image. Is this drive a network drive of some sort?
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Yes, it is an external drive hooked into an Airport Extreme.
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OK. If it's an image you can drag and drop it if you'd like.
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