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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 6:51 pm    Post subject: MAC - How can I see what files were copied? Reply with quote

Hello experts!

Last week I transferred some important data from my MAC Book Pro to my external drive. Suddenly something happened to it and I had to format it. Now is there any way to see what files I moved from my MAC Book Pro to this external drive? I just need to see the names of these files. Do you know if they are recorded in any "hidden" place in the OS?

My system is : Mac Book Pro 2.44GHz with OS X 10.6.

Thank you in advanced for your time.
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