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Old 10-01-2015, 10:03 AM
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Bootable clone boots to strange log in screen


I just did an erase and clean install of El Capitan, before I did that I smart updated two bootable clones. When I'm in El Capitan, the Clones mount OK and I can access all the files.

However if I attempt to boot from them, instead of the usual log in screen with a few users, I get only a Guest User and another User with no name, see screenshot below.

Both bootable clones are doing this. I have another mac that is still running Yosemite but I am getting the same result with that too, which surprised me as I thought it must have something to do with El Capitan. Both the smart updated clones were made with v2.8


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