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Old 08-27-2008, 02:27 AM
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Copying a startup disk

Hi there

My start up disk is full! I have installed a much bigger second internal HD. I have bought Super Duper, can I use it to copy across the contents of my full start up disk to the larger one? I have tried it but my Mac will not start form the new one. I have to resort to the instal disk to get it going again. Is what I am trying to do actually possible to do or is there an easier way? Incidentally the internal drives are just for the OS all data is on 2 LaCie Fire Wire externals.

I am running 10.4.11 with a Sonnet Dual processor 1.8 GHz in a G4 Power Mac with 1.5GB ram.

Thanks in anticipation of your advice

Steve
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