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Old 11-27-2007, 05:05 AM
steveb steveb is offline
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Archiving a SD! backup

Hi, under Tiger I performed daily smart updates incase of HDD failure, I did the last one yesterday morning. My MB has a 160g HDD with just under 100g used, the SD! backup lives on it's own partition on a firewire external HDD of the same size.

Last night I upgraded my MB to leopard, to my surprise everything went OK! I'm not sure I want to use TM just yet as I just don't trust it, so (once the Leopard version comes out) I plan to continue with SD! (Cu I know and trust it).

Thing is I don't want to overwrite my old Tiger backup, incase for some reason I need to go back to using it, but I would like to continue using the external HDD for Leopard SD! backups. so I want to backup the tiger backup!

Ideally I don't want to have to buy a 2nd HDD so can my tiger backup be archived in another way? Say to DVD's or as a much much smaller file?

The main criteria for the backup of the backup is that I must be able to "clone" it back onto my MB should the need arise.

Thanks for any help.
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