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Last night I installed snow leopard from scratch. Everything went just fine with no issues. Prior to this project I saved the website I built with iweb to an external drive. I can access the drive with out issues and the files are all intact. Since iweb can't download the site files from the host, how do I get my files back into iweb.
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