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Old 03-02-2009, 04:04 PM
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Is there any issue if the backup is smaller than the internal? I'm only using about 60 gigs now. (I guess not, because I've done full restores from the backup to the smaller internal several times already with no problem.)
You didn't address this in your response, but I notice that today you answered another question with "* In general, the backup volume should be the same size as the original."

Is this, or is this not, an issue? My new internal drive (scheduled to arrive tomorrow) will be 320; my external is a 250. Today, I am only using about 50, and I really can't see that number even doubling in the foreseeable future. (In the past, my backup was about 120 and the original was 74, and I moved freely between the two)
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