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Old 03-01-2006, 01:34 PM
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Question Copy hard drive to PC and back again?

We currently have a Mac Mini. We were waiting to see if the new Intel Minis would come with Front Row. Now that we know that the new minis will come with this feature we'd like to buy one. Here's our question; before we sell our old mini we obviously want to format the old hard drive. Before we do that we need to make a mirror image of our hard drive (15 GB) and copy it over to the new mini hard drive. Unfortunately we won't be able to buy the new mini before we sell the old one, so we need to store everything on the old minis hard drive someplace. Our only option at this time is on our PC. Could we use Super Duper to make a copy of the entire old mini's hard drive, use use firewire or a network connection to store the image on our PC, and then once we get the new mini copy everything back from the PC to the new mini?
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