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Old 03-09-2007, 07:48 PM
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If you've started up from the Maxtor, that is your backup. You use SD! (which you run just like you did before) to copy from the Maxtor (your startup drive) back. No image necessary.
Ok, after I wrote my post, I snapped my head back and realized that

Ok, so I re-partitioned my original drive from 160 GB single to (120GB and 40GB) drives

Rebooted from the backup firewire drive and am now doing a restore of all files ONTO the 120GB new main partition. Then set it to reboot from that partition.

Now that I have that all straight... (BTW VERY NICE....so much easier then a pc!!) What is the Sandbox all about...I read the DOCS, but confused still.

Does the computer boot from the sandbox (which I could make the 40GB extra space) or something I am missing here.

How would it shorten the restore process at all?
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