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Old 12-25-2006, 11:35 AM
jerseyjoe9001 jerseyjoe9001 is offline
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Making a Bootable Backup

I have a Mac Mini (PowerPC). I am using SuperDuper (version 2.1.2) on my Mac (version 10.4.8). I am backing up to a Acomdata 320 Gig Firewire Drive. The backup runs fine and completes, but I can't boot from it. It says that it is making the backup bootable, but I can't boot to it and the folder icons of the backup don't have any images (ie. the system folder lacks the X and the library folder lacks the books etc), I'm not sure if this means anything.
How can I use SuperDuper to make the backup bootable?
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