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Old 01-07-2009, 06:03 AM   #10
Benwiggy
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You could always create some space for TM on your big drive by creating either a partition or a sparse disk image.

I would favour FireWire over USB2. It is more reliable for self-powered drives, has faster read/write speeds and is a lighter load on the CPU than USB2.

TM is brilliant. Though bear in mind that when the drive is full, it will get rid of the earliest stuff.
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