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Old 11-17-2005, 01:09 PM
bobcarr@mac.com bobcarr@mac.com is offline
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Partition size question

When partitioning a volume to do a complete, bootable backup should the partition exactly match the size of the disk drive to be backedup or something else. The reason for the question is that I don't want to waste space by partitioning larger than necessary. In my case I have a 80GB PowerBook, but system profiler says I have a drive capacity of 74.53 GB capacity and further that I have a volume capacity of 74.41 GB. So on my external hard drive to I write an 80 GB, a 74.53 GB or 74.41 GB partition? Or is there another size that I should write to compensate for the inner workings of SuperDuper? Please advise to my email as well as here.
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