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Old 02-06-2009, 09:04 AM
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Well... the "right" way to do this would have been to migrate -- that is, when it prompted you to 'copy from another Mac', you point it at the backup volume (as long as it's a "Backup - all files" with "Smart Update" or "Erase, then copy" written directly to a real drive and not an image), and your applications and data will be brought over.

Since you didn't do this, you have two choices:

- Restore in full (see the User's Guide), which will require using your CD/DVD and Disk Utility, since your backup isn't bootable.

- Purchase the OS disc and use it to re-clean-install, and point it at the backup when prompted.

It's generally a very good idea to have the discs for the OS version you're using. I know it's a bit of a thrill to get a free copy of Leopard (or whatever), but without the DVD/CD you can't always do proper repairs, archive-and-installs, etc.
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