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Old 12-23-2005, 10:27 AM
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Question about cloning

Hi folks,

I have bought a larger drive to use as my main boot drive in a Mac G5. My drive currently has 4 partitions and I want to clone them to the new drive. I have found SuperDuper and CopyCatX which both appear to give me this kind of functionality.

Reading the SuperDuper pdf, I see a screenshot which says that all files will be copied except certain "temporary and system-specific files that Apple recommends excluding."

Is this a disadvantage? I want an exact copy of my system drive so that I can continue working as before with minimal problems. I have lots of music software with authorisations and also would prefer not to lose these.

Is SuperDuper the magical app I am looking for?
Any help would be most appreciated.....

Regards - Colin
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