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OS 10.4 - Backing up to upgrade


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Hi All, OK, right, I'm gonna upgrade from Tiger to Leopard, so I'm gonna do a fresh install. I've backed up most on an extHDD, but I've ran out of space. I do have plenty of space on the second HDD installed in the mac, but if I do a fresh install on my Mac, will data also be wiped from the second HDD?

Probably a simple matter, but I gotta be sure!

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