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Old 08-26-2007, 03:32 AM
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A sparse image is a virtual disk stored in a file. It's much better to write directly to the drive if you can...
After rereading the SuperDuper! Users Guide STORING A BACK UP ALONGSIDE OTHER FILES ON A DESTINATION DRIVE I am more confused than ever concerning the utility of a sparse disc image file. The Guide states..........."eventually a disaster will occur".
If so, then it would seem the disc image will be no better off than the rest of the data on the hard drive. I know I'm not getting something, but perhaps I can find more detailed information on Apple's support pages as you suggest.

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