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Old 02-12-2006, 02:17 AM
13erla 13erla is offline
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Bad restore?

i have a pb 1.67 running 10.4.4

i did a full backup to sparseimage.
wiped the drive. and restored from the sparseimage.

now when i boot up i try to authenticate to login and i get the shakes.

i've booted off CD to reset admin passwords.. and it says no users.
i've booted off a fw drive and the drive is fully there and users are there as well. but still no dice.

any ideas? what went wrong?
does superduper not work on 10.4.4?

as of right now i'm doing a archive reinstall.. i've never ever had this problem with CCC. have to say i'm disappointed. i bought the app for the smart update abilities and it's already let me down.
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Old 02-12-2006, 09:09 AM
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Sounds like a bad Netinfo database, 13erla, which can happen regardless of the application copying the data.

It's actually not too hard to fix; if you'll contact me through the support email, I'll provide you with instructions.
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