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Old 02-16-2008, 07:39 AM
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Would Smart Update be good enough and give me a good solid clone or should I Erase and back up on each disk first time?
Hi Robster, I think you will find that SD's Smart Update will give you the "good solid clone" you require and obviously it'll be bootable. Presuming your drives are bootable drives. Some aren't. See SD's exellent Help menu. Also remember using Smart Update it will not only add extra folders to your clone drive but also remove any that you have deleted from your boot drive. So that both your boot drive and cloned drive are identical. Reading your question again I presume you are using SD to backup to SD and not CCC (don't know if that's possible). If you are attempting that, then you would be better doing an erase and full backup all folders on all disks in SD.

Jeffus.

Last edited by Jeffus; 02-16-2008 at 07:53 AM. Reason: Adding extra info
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