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Old 02-24-2021, 05:33 PM
Smitty51 Smitty51 is offline
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Just a dumb question as I don't fully understand the MacOS boot sequence. I have tried ASR and doing new installs of Big Sur to make the a recovery a little simpler, to no avail. I was trying to keep the SD destination bootable.

Could you make a change to SD 3.2.5 so that when coping from and to Big Sur it would ignore the system volume and just copy the Data volume and then just "hook" the destination Data volume into the already existing system volume on the destination volume so that it would still be bootable. In this way we could make a new bootable Big Sur and SD would just keep it bootable.

Just as a kludge until Apple gives up the keys that they have taken from you.

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