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Old 08-04-2008, 11:14 AM
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As long as the OS version you're running came out after the Mac you're trying to restore to, it should work just fine as a direct restore.

Just to clarify....me being a Mac novice....

1) Ok - new Macbook X has say 10.5.3, whereas my Macbook has 10.4.11 --
I restore only apps and userdata - correct?

2) What about FileVault'ed partitions or encrypted disk images? Any issues restoring these?

3) What about user accounts (eg. an explicitly defined administrator account and my personal user account) and user preferences? These don't get restored because they could be different managed differently internally between os versions?


Thanks for any clarifications.
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