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Old 12-16-2006, 06:54 PM
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Backup - All Files


Am I correct that if I do a Backup - All Files to an external bootable harddrive, then I could put a new harddrive in my MacBook, boot to the external harddrive and run SuperDuper to restore to the new harrddrive, and then boot from the new harrdrive as though nothing had happened?

If so, can the new harddrive be a larger size than the original?

New to Macs and SuperDuper so my apologies if this is a bit silly, but I want to be sure.

MacBook 10.4.8 Intel Core 2 Duo

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