|Jan 17, 2013, 04:51 PM||#1|
Need Help (Time Machine)
So I'm running a MBP w/ 500Gb HD, OS X Mountain Lion. I have time machine set up to run from an external portable HD.
Yesterday, I needed to recover a file, so I decided to use time machine. Long story short, it "appeared" to copy everything (i.e. entire Macintosh HD) totalling 168GB onto my MBP HD. So now it appears that my HD went from only having 168Gb data on it, to now having over 300Gb data on it.
For the life of me, I cannot figure out where all the files that were copied over from time machine went. It said it copied and I checked replace, but it looks like it dumped 168Gb worth of data somewhere.
How can I find this data and get my HD back down where it was?
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