My sister in law just had her Windows PC tank, so I convinced her to get a new iMac. She loves it, but all of her backups are on a "Seagate Replica" external drive. I remotely connected to her iMac tonight and it took me 2 hours just to get the Mac to read the files on her Seagate since it is formatted in NTFS. I finally have it so the Mac can read the drive and the files within, but I've no idea how to go about restoring her files. I thought I could just download the Seagate Software for Mac, point it in the direction of the external and that would be it, but no. So I figured worst case scenario I have to located her "Pictures" folder on the Seagate external and drag them to her Mac manually. That won't work either. It looks like everything is saved in some proprietary Seagate format. There are tons of folders called 00 01 02 etc and when I do find a large file (over 300MB) it's just a black square. Any idea on what I can do to fix this? Maybe I could hook the drive up to a Windows PC, burn the key data to a DVD and then move it to a Mac that way, I don't know.