Hi all! So some time a couple of nights ago, I was screwing around with my old PowerBook G4, a 12" 1.5GHz. I thought it'd be a great idea to throw a fresh install of 10.5 on there. No problem, nothing worth keeping on the hard drive anyway. So I needed to target disk my Mac Mini with the 10.5 install disc in there to get it going, the disc drive in the PowerBook is long dead. So upon reaching disc utility, I go ahead and wipe the hard drive and begin installing. That's when I realised. I wiped the Mac Mini's hard drive instead of the PowerBook. So now using the PowerBook with 10.4 installed, I used Stellar Phoenix data recovery 188.8.131.52 to try to piece together my files (some of which go back to 2007). Amazingly, they're all seemingly still there. One problem though. In Stellar Phoenix, every time I try to tick a folder for recovery, I hear the hard drive in my PowerBook start to access a lot (a lot of ticking) and the computer beachballs, so far this has happened about six times now and each time I had to force quit the application. Any suggestions for what to do here? I feel as if I'm super close to getting back my old stuff, but just not quite there.