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Old 05-21-2009, 11:49 AM
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I started the PowerBook in target disk mode and connected it to the iMac with a FireWire cable. I then run SuperDuper full copy from the PowerBook hard disk to an uncompressed read-only disk image on the iMac desktop.
Sorry if I wasn't clear - I'm just trying to create a backup of the PowerBook hard disk onto a _disk image_ on the iMac (stored in the iMac filesystem). Not trying to overwrite anything on the iMac, just trying to use 50G of the 650G available iMac disk space as a copy of the PowerBook volume.

My plan was to then mount the resulting disk image and decide what to migrate to the iMac.

But I want to make a copy of the entire PowerBook volume to protect against a disk failure.
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