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Old 11-08-2021, 11:48 PM
mmurray mmurray is offline
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Updating the OS on a backup

Hi Dave

Is there any problem caused if, instead of "Erase, then copy", I boot from the backup and do a System Update ? I've got a fast external SSD so I'm thinking this might turn out to be faster.

Thanks Michael
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