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Old 11-23-2008, 01:25 AM
willO willO is offline
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Make backup bootable without restoring

Just switched to Leopard on iMac and one of my two partitioned drives on LaCie external is no longer bootable. It's the only copy I have so there is nothing to copy from -- to.

Question is, how do I make it bootable without copying?

Should I just copy the backup to the backup?

Thanks, WillO
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