Restoring some users?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Mushrooshi, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. Mushrooshi macrumors regular

    Jul 26, 2007

    It all started with the retarded Windows partition. Windows wouldn't get rid of a stupid 2gb pagefile, virtual memory it wasn't even using.

    So I decided to remove my pagefile.sys by removing the whole partition.

    SO I used bootcamp, and I tried to redo it... but uh oh. The disk couldn't verify.

    48 hours later, I kept trying to, but it wouldn't repair, after 4 applications were used.

    Then, I tried Techtool. After that, I did the "system optimization", and it did optimize Mac OS X... To never come back.

    So my Leopard was gone. And since a friend installed leopard with his disk, and since he moved, all I have is a tiger disk.

    So I have Tiger, and I reinstalled it. However, my user is gone.

    I found it in Previous Systems. How do I restore my user back "seamlessly"?
  2. Mushrooshi thread starter macrumors regular

    Jul 26, 2007
    How do I do a drag thingy in Mac OS X.

    I have only 25 gbs left, but I need to drag my 32gb user to another folder on the same volume. I am unable to copy and paste, I don't have the space. Wasn't there a keyboard shortcut for dragging without copy?

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