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Old 03-06-2009, 10:22 AM
Fury Fury is offline
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AppleCare / First Restore

For security purposes, I'm doing an erase and install per recommendations from the Apple forum for an upcoming Applecare visit (logic board replacement).

I've read through various threads on what I need to do to restore my system exactly and I'm confused.

On page 26 of the Users manual under Restore, it says to drag and drop files. Which ones would those be?

I've also read I can do a restore-all from the back up drive.

I've also read I can do a backup-all files from the back up drive.

Will all programs maintain each users preferences (Safari bookmarks, desktop pictures, etc.?).
I also have a Time Machine backup on a separate drive.

My Superduper backup is on a separate drive partition (182GB used; 48GB free).

I realize I may appear a bit dense here here but one doesn't think clearly during these times of duress! Also I'm a relatively new Mac user.

Thanks!

Last edited by Fury; 03-06-2009 at 11:26 AM.
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