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Old 09-17-2009, 12:27 PM
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I have just used superduper myself with my white Macbook. I bought a new 320 seagate Momentus HD and a sata 2.5 enclosure.

I used the ridculously easy SuperDuper to backup to the new drive. It took two and a half hours. The new disk was removed from the enclosure and swapped for the old one in the Mac. I booted up and hoped for the best....

My machine is now as it was before. The icons, the software, music, movies, parallels, everything. I am running Snow Leopard.

I have put the old drive into the enclosure and will keep it in case I need a full bootable backup in the future. In fact, I took it to a friends house last night and booted my Mac setup on to his macbook!! Great stuff. Don't worry, this software is easy and straightforward to use.
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