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Old 06-18-2008, 01:22 PM
kingvald kingvald is offline
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SuperDuper: restore from Time Machine?

Hi, I hope someone can clarify something for me:

I made a bootable copy of my system using SuperDuper on an external HD. This backup is now 2 months old. I've also been using TimeMachine for daily backup on a second external HD.

My question is: if my HD dies tomorrow will I be able to boot from the SuperDuper backup, restore the system (2 months old) and use the TimeMachine backup to restore the system up to date?

Hope someone can clarify....

If this is possible, then it should be sufficent to do a Super Duper backup every 3 months or so... right?

Thanx
kingvald
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