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Old 04-23-2009, 05:37 PM
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The Definitive Guide to Getting A SuperDuper Clone Back On My MAC

Hi Dave - I hope your around : )

Please help set me straight. If my HD blows and I want to get all the information that I have stored on my SuperDuper clone installed back on my MAC - what is the best way to do this? I know there are instructions out there but every website/message board tells me something different. Is it easier to use my SuperDuper clone to do this or a Time Machine back up which I also do? Should I put the information back on my MAC using SuperDuper or the Apple Disk Utility? Do I have to restart from another disk to make this happen with SuperDuper or the Apple Disk Utility? It is my wish to print your answer out and never revisit this topic again. What in your opinion, is the best and most simple way to handle this?

Thanks so much for any information.

Frank
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