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Old 09-09-2005, 12:53 PM is offline
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Hi dnanian, thanks for the quick response,

ok so your saying to use feature "Back - all files", ok. I have a question

1. Will I be able to boot up from this feature, like I did with "Safety clone - shared users and applications".

2. Also I have a 250 gig External HD which has 3 partitions. One partition I use for Itunes, Iphoto, and large video files. Second partition I use for Backup, and the third partition is the one I want to use with SuperDuper!. However your saying "*detach* the external and put it aside so Tiger doesn't touch it (think "Spotlight")." My question is, I use the other partitions constantly so detaching is not an option, what if I was to eject the 3rd partition of the drive which is the one I will be using with SuperDuper!, do you think that Tiger will still be able to touch it?? If it does then I will have to buy a small separate Ext HD. But what do you think?

By the way you can call me ed.
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