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Old 12-04-2012, 10:57 PM
NightOne NightOne is offline
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Restore Bad - What did I do wrong?

I was trying to run Apple Hardware Test and ended up finding myself in a position where the system would not boot from the internal hard drive. I booted from my backup drive and ran disk utility. Disk Utility failed to repair the internal drive and recommended that I reformat it. So I deleted the Macintosh HD partition and re-created ir with disk utility.

I the ran Super Duper, selected Restore, Erase Macintosh HD before copy, and do full restore. I waited the few hours it took to restore, clicked Startup in the System Preferences, and selected the Macintosh HD.

Upon restart, the Mac kept doing a kernel panic and would not boot. I tried to boot from the backup drive again and it did a kernel panic then too. Now somehow the recovery partition is gone.

I am current doing the internet recovery of OS X Lion.

What did I do wrong????
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