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Old 08-22-2007, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by d-v-c View Post
That sounds right.

But, it raises a question of what an OS X EDIT > COPY does after you SELECT ALL the contents of a Drive and the Paste it into a folder on another disk. (You can COPY FROM an NTSF drive.)

Does an OS X COPY move absolutely everything except the Boot portion? I'm thinking of the hidden files that applications are found of hiding on a disk. And the dot files.

Is there any difference between copying an NTSF disk or an OS X disk?
Hmmm... I don't know that! AAAAHHHHGG....(engineer flies off the bridge of doom into the abyss)

The procedure worked, nearly flawlessly I say, nearly because now on bootup when I would normally see just the largish apple icon on the light grey or sky-blue screen for a few seconds, I now see a file folder with a question mark for half a second and then the apple. Otherwise, no issues. I am guessing an update of the firmware settings is needed, but am in no hurry to monkey around mindlessly at this point. Any clues?


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