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Old 07-11-2008, 06:19 PM
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Help restoring Backup

Hi,

Apple says that I have to make a backup and restore in order to partition my hard drive to install Bootcamp. I have a bootable backup that I made with SuperDuper. I know that I can startup from that backup, but then how do I replace my MAC HD with that file? The users manual says, "and then use SuperDuper! to restore the data to the
original location. (This works just like backing up, above.)"

How do I use Super Duper to restore the data to its original location? I do not see that in the users manual. Thanks for your help.

~Len
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Old 07-11-2008, 06:29 PM
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As the User's Guide says, just "Backup - all files" from the backup drive, which you're running from, back to the internal drive...
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