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Backing up two hard drives onto two seperate hard drives

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I keep my operating system drives separate from my data drives. Right now I have a 250gb HD that has leopard on it and a 500gb drive that has all my data (about 400gb). I use another 500gb drive for time machine that will back up only my Leopard drive. I have another 750gb drive that I backup my 500gb data drive (plus my TV recording drive, but thats not as important) to. Right now the only way I can backup my data onto the 750gb drive is to manually go in and erase the drive then copy all the data back onto it again.


Is there any way I can make an automated backup of my data drive to the 750gb drive? It doesnt have to be with time machine, it could be any program as long as it makes a full backup at least once a week I'll be happy.

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