10-11-2006, 09:16 AM #1Compressed Back-up w/ SuperDuper???
I have superduper... I would like to back-up my HD... currently I am using about 100GB of space... BUT, about 60GB of that is Music and a a few videos, which I really don't need to back-up because I have them on CD's/DVD's...
My question is, can I compress either the whole 100GB, or 40GB down to under 18GB to store on my "20GB" ipod using SuperDuper? If so how?
10-11-2006, 10:12 AM #2
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If you compress it, you won't be able to view the files on the iPod, as iPod can't handle decompression and all.
If you just want to use the iPod as a disk, go ahead, but you'll need something like Stuffit Deluxe 10 to get decent compression results. 40GB to 18 GB sounds a bit harsh to me.
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10-11-2006, 10:33 AM #3Originally Posted by yogi
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