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Old 06-19-2009, 07:24 PM
simian_warthog simian_warthog is offline
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selective cloning.

I have a mac mini. It has about 80gb space I think.
I had it all set up the way I like it.
Some time ago I ran out of space with large numbers of photos, so I cloned it to an external 500gb seagate drive using SuperDuper. No problems at all.
Now the trouble starts....
I bought a copy of Windows XP.
I had to wipe the original drive in order to partition the mini the correct way and load windows, so I designated the Seagate as the startup drive.
Now I want to clone my Seagate drive back to the original drive, but there is now too much stuff to fit everything on the mini.
I need to clone EVERYTHING EXCEPT the photos, which are about 200Gb.
Can anyone tell me how to do this? I dont really care if I lose XP. I just want my Mac Mini back the way it was.
Thanks for reading this, double thanks for answering!
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