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Old 06-08-2005, 06:58 PM
mmitchel mmitchel is offline
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An embarassing question

Going through a major upgrade of my trusty old AGP Sawtooth...Though I still haven't filled my original 10GB hard drive I've purchased an 80 GB Serial ATA drive. What I want to do is move the entire contents of my current drive to the new one.

I'm assuming if I do a straight back-up, that my new drive will be bootable and I would just change to this disk under Start-Up Disk preference panel. Basically I would have no use for the 10GB drive (I would do future safety clones onto a bootable firewire drive)

Do I need to do the "sudo rm /var/db/volinfo.database" command mentioned in the FAQ first? I am in 10.4.1 right now

Is there anything else I need to know?

and finally would wiping the original 10GB drive clean get me in any trouble?

Thanks in advance for any advice.
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