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Old 11-26-2007, 05:28 PM
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The backup is a sparse image. It was made on a network drive at work. Now I have on a FireWire drive at home, among other files. I can only restart from the HD or the Leopard DVD: the FW drive or the backup file don't appear as a possible startup drive.

I actually tried the Restore function, described in the SD manual, but it gave an error. I wouldn't like to do it again to see what the error said exactly, because I'd wipe out my HD again.

I have not tried Disk Warrior, have actually never used it...
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