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Old 09-12-2005, 12:55 PM
Pendragon Pendragon is offline
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Question Activities During Cloning, Allowable?

I presume there are certain things that must not be done while cloning, such as running other utilities, e.g., DiskWarrior, TTP, Cocktail, and the like.

But how about the more mundane/routine functions, like surfing, cutting & pasting, sending email, etc?

It seems to me that doing most anything can cause problems in that preferences, cookies, file locations, caches, etc. may all be in play.

So, if any of what I said make sense and it is a reasonable presumption, is it best to quit all running applications and keep hands-off during the cloning process? Or, am I reading more in to the issue than is necessary?
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