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Old 03-04-2010, 06:49 PM
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Moving to a New Mac

I moved my SD! external drive to a new computer, and copied over all of my important documents, leaving my apps and system files (including Library and Prefs folders) behind. My plan is to reinstall my apps from scratch, as I was having way too many problems with the previous (FWIW, Leopard) machine, and wanted a "fresh" start with the new (Snow Leopard) machine.

If after I install SD! on the new machine, I then copied over (from the clone sitting on my SD! external drive)

~/Library/Application Support/SuperDuper!

would SD! immediately be able to do a Smart Update from my new Mac to my external SD! drive, or will SD! initially need to do a lengthy "Backing up your Macintosh for the first time" backup (in which case, there'd be nothing to gain by copying over those items)?
iMac (27", 3.2 GHz Intel Core i5, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD) OS X (10.11.6)
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