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Old 08-08-2009, 02:20 PM
X786700k X786700k is offline
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Yea... that's what seems to happen

So to be clear... When you "mount" the sparse image it does not have to allocate disk space on your startup disk?

Honestly that's what seems to be happening. If I watch the image on the 1gb internal (non-startup disk) as the data is being copied, it is growing like a disk being written to. However my startup disk is also shrinking at the same rate. Even though I can clearly see that the sparse image resides on the NON-STARTUP disk.

hunhhhh????
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