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Old 04-14-2008, 04:19 PM
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Swapping Drives - Placing Clone in Mac

If my internal drive completely fails (head crash)...

and I have made a clone of my drive with SuperDuper and have that clone saved on an external drive that is formatted GUID (and nothing else is saved onto the external drive), can I then just physically take out the internal drive and replace it with the external clone? Or is there a way to do this kind of physical swap operation?

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Phillip

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As I said in my reply to your emailed question, yes, you can. Or you can put in a new drive and restore. Or you can start up from the external drive.
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