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Old 04-19-2009, 03:42 AM
dakota dakota is offline
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When is a Clone not a clone?

I had a minor problem the other day, so I booted from my firewire clone, which I have set to erase and copy three times a week. I noticed that it is not a copy of my HD. For one thing, I had 38 apps which needed updating, as per Versiontracker, whereas I only had 3 on my HD. I also had a couple of programs which I had "turned off" on my HD, which were very much alive on the clone. If Superduper is supposed to wipe the clone and copy over everything on my HD, why is it not identical?
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