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Old 04-20-2009, 01:10 AM
banjomensch banjomensch is offline
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Backing up an NAS volume using SD

I have a 1 tb WD NAS drive that's never been backed up, so therefore I'm just asking for it. I'd like to use SuperDuper, but I can find info on backup TO a mounted volume but not FROM one.

Do I need to make a disk image first to get it backed up?
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