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Old 07-28-2007, 09:47 AM
jettrue jettrue is offline
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Need to restore my backup, want to verify steps...

I may be in need here of restoring my full backup of Macintosh HD. This morning I began having serious issues with my mini, and after further investigation, it seems that I have an "invalid node structure" error on my Macintosh HD. I am running Disk Repair right now to see if it helps, but I've read that it doesn't always work.

If I need to restore my backup, do I do that within Disk Utility, in the "Restore" tab? I guess I would first erase and reformat Macintosh HD?

I'm glad that I haven't had the need to use my backup since I purchased SuperDuper in September of 2005, but I am sure glad that I have it now. And I'm also glad that I ran backup about a week ago, LOL. Now I just need to get it setup automatically again.

Any advice on how I proceed will be greatly appreciated!

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