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Old 03-10-2009, 04:45 PM
rlevy rlevy is offline
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Replacing Hard Drive in intel imac 20

Hi,

Sorry if this is asked elsewhere, but couldn't find it on a search.

Are there instructions related to replacing/upgrading the internal HD in my intel imac 20 (aluminum)?

I already have tutorials on physically opening it up and replacing the drive. I just need to confirm that using SuperDuper, I first backup everything onto the new blank drive (750GB Western Digital internal), placed in a temp external case, then swap them out?

Will all the apple system files and everything be ready to go, same as before? Your instructions mention that certain files recommended by apple will be excluded from complete backups...

thanks,
Ron
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