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Old 07-22-2007, 11:13 AM
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Smile About to buy SuperDuper... if I can do this...

I'm about to buy SuperDuper, as I read very positive critiques about the program throughout the internet. Just a few questions though to make sure I don't throw away my money:

1. Can I make a bootable backup on an external HD without erasing my HD first? There's files on my HD that are not on my computer, so I don't want to erase these. Ideally, I'd like to create a folder on my external HD called "backup" and let SuperDuper make the backups in that folder.

2. If I make a bootable backup, is this backup some exotic file that cannot be opened by any program but SuperDuper? I had this with backup software before. I made a backup then wanted to restore a few folders on my computer that I had accidently deleted. So I'd like to be able to browse on my external HD to the folders and manually replace them on my computer if needed.

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