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Hey guys, I have 2 external HDD's connected to a mac pro, I wish to copy a music folder from one HDD into a main Music folder on the other HDD, when I open the other HDD's main music folder, it has many sub folders, if I paste the item in there I am thinking it will paste into one of the subfolders since there isn't an empty spot for me to paste the item, how can I add the folder please?

Please see screenshot here: http://i493.photobucket.com/albums/r...ps05d216fd.jpg

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It's Ok, I found it, I need to open the external HDD in Finder and past that way.
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