I have a powermac g4 fw800, and the hard drive is dying. I have a new one to replace it, I just want to copy all the files onto my replacement hard drive. Attempts 1-3: Disk Utility. I tried restoring the boot drive onto the new one, but it gave me an error. I forget exactly what it said. Anyways, it had copied most of the files, And I decided to give it a go. I set it to boot drive status, but it doesn't go past the grey apple screen on boot. I unplugged the drive, and booted up fine with my original. I'm not sure what happened in this case. Attempt 4: Straight-up copying. I tried just copying the disc onto my replacement drive. No luck. Apparently some files have special permissions restricting them from being copied, probably to prevent pirating. I gave up on this after that. So, what do I do now? Is there an app that will make the transfer for me, not Disk Utility? Or am I using DU incorrectly? Please help! Thanks!