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Old 12-20-2007, 07:30 PM
chaim chaim is offline
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Exclamation Temporary Solution for Leopard

I have been a long term user of SuperDuper and recommend it to all my friends and clients.

I just installed a new Western Digital 320gb HD in my PowerBook Pro (doubling my previous storage capacity), but I spent many hours trying to figure out why my SD clone copy wouldn't boot. I never suspected the problem was an incompatibility with the Leopard OS and SD because SD seemed to run fine after installing Leopard a couple of months ago.

Of course, I should have checked your website sooner. But after reading about SD's problem with Leopard, I was able to get my new internal drive up and running again copying the old drive with Carbon Copy Cloner:

Since CCC doesn't do incremental back ups, this just a temporary solution. So an update to SD will be appreciated when available.

Thanks, Chaim
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Old 12-21-2007, 10:50 AM
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If by incremental backups, you mean smart updates, CCC does indeed do this.
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