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Old 09-18-2010, 01:57 PM
BorisMD BorisMD is offline
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Replacing HD on MBP -- how to restore?

This may be a stupid question, but this is why I have SuperDuper. My internal HD rapidly and without warning failed. Thankfully, I did a SD back up shortly before the crash.

I am now going to install a new HD in my MBP. So, do I install the HD, and then boot from my external drive (which, by the way, is a USB drive), and then use SD to bring everything over?

Or, do I install the new drive, boot from 10.6 disc, and then do a copy function?

Or, do I install the new drive into an enclosure and do the copy that way?

Thanks,

Boris
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