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Old 08-24-2009, 05:10 PM
allenbirnbach allenbirnbach is offline
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Copying from one machine to another

Can my licensed version of Super Duper be used on more than one machine? I have two desktop towers, and I've put my registered copy on my newer Mac G5.

The reason why I am asking is that I want to copy everything from an older G4 to the G5. Basic reason being that the G4 is older and slower, and I plan to decommission it. The G5 does have data on it, which I do not want to replace. I just want to add the files from the G4. If I connect the two machines with a firewire cord, and install Super Duper on the G4, would it see the G5 so I could copy over the files? Are there any special protocols to keep in mind in making the transfer?

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