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Old 02-17-2008, 01:31 AM
atipani atipani is offline
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Red face downloading and booting from the backed up copy


I'm new to SD. Some time ago I had downloaded a non registered copy and I just successfully backed up my HD (OS X.10.3.9)(on a LaCieFW320GB) in a little less than an hour for almost 40GB, before upgrading to Tiger.
Then, I decided to buy the complete version of SD, which I did.
I am now downloading the version from the website.
But there, 3 questions:

- why does the SD unregistered application is indicated 5,2Mb (or MB?) and the complete version only 2,7 ???

- why does it take so long ? it has been even stuck (as I write) at 1,2 and indicates 1h45minutes left, for the last… 20minutes !!

-rather than downloading the whole version again, could I choose the upgrade from your site ?

- finally, a totally different question: I've never done a booting from a copy. Could you kindly explain how to do that step by step ? do I have to turn off the computer first and when it starts again will it ask me from where to boot (provided the FWdrive is plugged) ? if it starts from the regular volume, how can it start from the copy which is on my FW external drive??
really beginner's question !

ps. I think I'm going to just stop the downloading and wait for your answer!
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