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Old 06-30-2005, 11:35 PM
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Password Problems

After making a Safety Clone of my old Fujitsu hard drive on my TiBook (Users and Applications) to a new 80GB Travelstar drive using Super Duper, now I can't login upon start up using the new drive. After a few seconds, a pop-up windows says this user is not allowed to login at this time, or words to that effect.

The only way I can start up is if the old drive is hooked up via the Firewire enclosure.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

P.S. I'm in Tiger.
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Old 07-01-2005, 07:05 AM
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Hi! No need to send these questions in both to email and to the forums, Scaramanga!

Anyway, that's because a Safety Clone isn't a backup -- it's a checkpoint of the system. Since we're sharing the user files, they're not on the copy: they're only on the original.

If you want to make a full copy, you need to use "Backup - all files".

Does that make sense?
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