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Old 01-31-2008, 01:25 PM
Doug Bale Doug Bale is offline
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SD does do Leopard

Actually, I didn't overlook Dave's blog remarks on Leopard and Time Machine, but in addition to seeing the ones mentioned in this thread, I also read his explanation of how SD can work fairly satisfactorily, albeit not perfectly, with OS10.5. That is, it WILL make a bootable copy of your Mac's hard drive. The copy will show a few anomalies, but the main thing is it WILL be bootable and it WILL have all your third-party software that went south when your internal hard drive disintegrated. Having retrieved all those essentials, you can repair some of the anomalies (especially if you've backed all your user files periodically on DVD). What we're waiting for at the moment is not an SD that will perform with Leopard but one that do it at the extremely problem-free level we've become used to with Shirt Pocket products.
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