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Old 07-18-2007, 11:00 PM
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Restore successful

Restore took 14:14. Restarted. iBook is now back to its original state.

Really appreciate the ease with how this restore process works. Sure saved me a lot of time, not to mention preserving my HD information.

I'm going to try the QT and iTunes install again. I guess practice makes perfect here.

Thanks again Dave for creating a great product that works as advertised.
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