Restoring some users?

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

  1. Mushrooshi macrumors regular

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    Jul 26, 2007
    #1
    Well:

    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

    Joined:
    Jul 26, 2007
    #2
    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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