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  1. Thanks, Tim. That's an excellent idea. I do have an older Mac hanging around that I could use to at least do the restore and then upgrade to a newer version. Much appreciated.
  2. After a few years of letting my old Retrospect 6.x archive sit idle, I decided today to restore the archive and put it on a much larger disk. When I went to restore the archive, an error message came up saying I couldn't do this because I was using a non PowerPC (I am using the latest an iMac, one generation back). I updated to 6.3.2.x and it installed fine, but when I try and restore, the client doesn't see the archive. when I click on the archive, it says it can't run because I'm using a non PowerPC. Any suggestions?