Hey everyone, I'm new to Macs and am in a Tech Support position for a business. I've got an issue with someone's Time Machine and I'm hoping I can get some help. Basically, the backup hard drive (1TB) became Read-Only and therefore Time Machine wouldn't work anymore. The user wanted me to keep their old data and to fix the hard drive. I took the ~200GB worth of files from the user's 1TB hard drive and moved them onto my MacBook (seeing as the user was unable to stay put with their MacBook while this length process occured). So my MacBook's hard drive now has 220GB available out of 500GB, because it is holding all of the files from the user's hard drive on my desktop. I then re-formatted the hard drive, which appears to have fixed the Read-Only issue and I intended to copy the files back onto the newly formatted hard drive. Out of 35 subfolders, I have managed to move 10 onto the recently formatted hard drive. And now it is telling me that the hard drive is full. The 1TB hard drive only has 70GB free and I cannot move any more of the files originally on it, back onto the drive. And what's even more confusing, is that my hard drive STILL says it's got 220GB available (therefore has used 280GB), and yet the properties of the folder I took from the original Time Machine is telling me the size of those folders together is 3.28TB. So, how do I put all of the '3.28TB' worth of files back onto the newly formatted hard drive?