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need help with cleaning up my G5


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I made the mistake of firewiring my old Mac to my G5 and I transferred EVERYTHING. Classic and a whole lot more I think there are 5 AOL's.
Any suggestions on cleaning it out the right way.
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For those of you who were kind enough to respond PLEASE resend I accidently deleted my spam folder and that is unfortunately where they went
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