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Old 03-10-2005, 12:19 PM
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Backup, upgrade, then reverse backup

good morning!

first, thanks for creating a "Super" app. i've read and reread the pdf on how to operate superduper and found it very easy to understand once i "understood" all the terms used.

here's my question, i have backed up to an external drive (from a pb 12"), booted from it, and everything checked out fine. then, i upgraded the external drive from jaguar to panther, updated all of the system software updates for panther and checked that everything worked, ie, printer, scanner, etc.

now i would like to copy the external drive back to the pb via erase then copy. does this sound like an ok operation? also, is it always the correct practice to hold the shift key down when restarting the boot drive prior to doing any backing up or smart updating?

thanks,

tom robison
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