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Old 09-20-2005, 01:12 PM
jeffhosier jeffhosier is offline
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Updating non-SuperDuper clones

I've been using Intego's Personal Back-up software to create clones of my 10.3 system. The Intego software doesn't allow "Smart update" incremental clones like SuperDuper - you have to copy the whole thing every time. My question is, can I apply SuperDuper's "Smart update" to update a clone created with the Intego software, or should I do an "erase then backup" to create a SuperDuper clone that I can then use as the base for incremental backups? Being utterly paranoid about losing things, I keep a number of clones on a couple of partitioned firewire drives, and it would save me a lot of time, if I could just update, rather than re-crete them.

BTW. I am SO impressed by SuperDuper. As much of Apple's own software (eg Mail and Appleworks) seems to be drifting away from the straighforward, consistent, and easy-to-use design principles that used to characterise Mac software, SuperDuper is an absolute joy for a technical philistine like me. Please keep up the good work!
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