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Hello everyone,

Here is my problem:

I recently upgraded the Hard drive in my macbook pro. I backed up my original hard drive to my external drive (Forgot which App I Used).
Install the new drive with mac osx Tiger and everything went smooth.

Next, I downloaded Super Duper to transfer all my backed up files from my external drive to my new drive. I was able to find [Copy]: From my external drive but Super Duper failed to detect my new drive (Internal) when choosing the option [To]: (The drive was found but it stayed in light grey color and I was unable to click on it). Only option available was External drive and Disk Image.

Or do I drag everything from my External drive and copy everything to my desktop??

Has anyone came across this problem? Tips Please, thank you.
 
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Thanks for you inputs, but the problem persist.

Anything else I should try?
 
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Your Mac's Specs
2015 Retina 4K iMac. Catalina. 8GB RAM. Crucial 500GB external SSD
Mac OS Extended (journaled) is the default drive format and is recommended for most users of Mac OSX.. Format as Mac OSX extended journaled.
 
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I understand, both drive are formated as mac osx extended (Journaled).

It still does not allowed me to transfer my files from the external to the internal using super duper!

?
 
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Your Mac's Specs
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grab a copy of carbon copy cloner and try that. :)
 

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