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Old 05-21-2009, 08:01 AM
StevenSiew StevenSiew is offline
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Using SuperDuper to defrag my harddisk

A thought occurred to me.

If I clone my macbook harddisk to an external harddisk.

Boot off the external harddisk.

Then reformat my macbook harddisk

and clone back from the external harddisk back to the macbook harddisk.

Would this is a way to defrag my macbook harddisk?

Has anyone done something like this just to defrag their harddisk?
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