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Old 03-11-2012, 02:48 PM
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Backing up new mac

So last week my macbook pro died. Thanks to Super Duper! I was able to mount the sparse bundle backup I had made, and use the migration assistant to get my machine back!

Now I want to back up the new machine. I started Super Duper! and it claimed it couldn't find the volume "Macintosh HD". I selected it from the drop down source list. Now I wanted to copy over one of my backups from the old machine, but they are not selectable.

I'm guessing that since it sees the new machine's drive as a different volume it won't let me write over the backup of the old drive. I just wanted some confirmation before I blow away the old backup and start anew.

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They're grayed out? Bundles or direct backups?
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