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Old 04-07-2011, 11:02 AM
GrayFox GrayFox is offline
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Here is what happened to me one time...

Evidently the OS become corrupted in a way that would
cause a reboot to fail, but the machine still ran.

When Super Duper cloned the main disk it copied the
corruption to the backup.

When I reboot the machine and it failed, I tried rebooting
from the SuperDuper clone which also failed.

I had to restore the OS from the Distribution CD and then pull
files from the backup disk.

I *think* Time Machine would allow one to *possibly* go back
far enough to escape the corruption.

Jerry
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