I had a 250G hard drive that I used with an old Macbook using Time Machine. I got a new Macbook, and I wasn't able to access the data on the 250G hard drive, a permissions issue. I took it to a data recovery guy, and he transfered all the data on the 250G drive onto a new 1Tb drive, There were, oddly enough, 350G on that 250G hard drive. As I in no way had that much actual data on there, I assume Time Machine endlessly replicated my files. When I open the new drive and look at the recovered data, i find it is all in directory folders. I've attached a screen shot. There are a bazillion of these folders, and I have no idea what to do with them all, or what they even are. My question is, how do I extract all the .jpg and .rtf and .txt files, eliminate the duplicates, and discard the rest?