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Old 02-18-2006, 09:40 PM
kswaty kswaty is offline
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Can't quit SD after first backup...

I just backed up my original HD to my 2nd HD which I partitioned for a Sandbox. After it finished - Step 3 said make this a bootable copy - so I clicked OK and it went back to the SD window where I started.

I temporarily named the HD I just copied to "Backup" for this first step. I guess the backup was successful - I was going to close SD, rename the new HD "Macintosh HD" before I boot from it for the next step of creating a Sandbox.

I thought I would test it a little before making the Sandbox. However when I try to close SD, It will not close. Is there something else I have to do before it will close...?

Also, Should I rename the disk I just copied (from 'Backup to Macintosh HD) before I reboot as I planned and also rename the other that I backed up from (from Macintosh HD to Macintosh HD backup) before I reboot as well..?
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