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Old 07-25-2008, 05:26 AM
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Thanks for the advice!

> Plan A won't work, because you can't run SD! from Terminal when booted from the DVD.

If this is a kext issue, I remember at some point in the past I was able to start apps on the internal hard drive from a DVD boot, after doing some kextloads... a hassle, but it worked.

Alternatively, would Disk Utility's "Restore" function copy the external drive to the internal (yielding a bootable internal drive)?

> Plan C won't work, because you shouldn't copy Tiger from Leopard
> Plan E would be the same as C except running Tiger, not Leopard. That'd be OK, too.

Hmm, this is a surprise. I thought SD! would just make an exact copy from one drive to the other -- why does it matter which OS version SD! happens to be running on?
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