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Old 01-06-2018, 03:53 PM
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Question about cloning to a partitioned drive

I would like to clone my MacBook Pro to a partition on a G-tech. 7200rpm external USB-HD. The partition is named SuperDuper clone. The other partition is named Untitled. When I open Super Duper, I get the message I have attached (screen shot) below. Does this mean that the whole external HD will be deleted and made to look like my laptop's HD? I only want the Super Duper clone partition to do that, and keep all the stuff I already have on the other partition.

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It only changes the partition you've selected. The other partition is not affected. What it previously named something else?
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