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Old 09-06-2022, 12:58 PM
Dan Lester Dan Lester is offline
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just cloning the data

With regard to system cloning, one strategy is to just clone the whole thing. As far as I can see, that works. Another, somewhat more data-economical possibility is to just clone the "data partition", and after installing a fresh copy of the OS on the boot disk, move the cloned data partition back on the boot disk. Is that "data partition" basically what you get when you clone "user files". Once you clone "user files" will SuperDuper move them onto the boot disk with the newly downloaded OS?
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