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Old 09-16-2005, 11:16 AM
kjo kjo is offline
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yet another of those newb ?'s

hi--looks like just the product i should have been using for years!

already easily created a backup and am now consideering the addition of the safety clone. please review my plan and critique:

my computer is G5 single 1.6 with 80 HD; ocw 400 firewire HD which i have partioned into 80, 60 (for future Powerbook backup), 20 (sandbox), and the remainder to data. I will create safety clone on ocw drive (better than on G5 HD?) and reboot from that partition and then proceed to work as if nothing had changed. i will update/add applications to sandbox and after i am certain they are not causing me probvlems i will reboot from resident HD and update/add at that site. Then i will reboot from sandbox and continue to use it as a "buffer" from corrupting the resident HD.

I am not clear why/when i need to update sandbox as everything i am doing is in that environment and has been done "to" it befroe being added to Mac HD. It is clear why i need to regularly update the backup.

so, if the plan seems correct then the questions i need answered seem to be:

safety clone on ocw firewire drive?

why/when do i update the safety clone?

thanks for the product and the assist.

kjo
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