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Old 01-25-2009, 10:12 AM
loosegroove loosegroove is offline
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Using SuperDuper on MacBook


I'm wanting to setup SuperDuper on my wife's MacBook. It will perform backups by connecting to a Time Capsule and performing a "Smart Update".

The problem is that she closes the lid during the night and any time she's not using it. In this state, SuperDuper will not perform its magic.

My question is what have others done to get around this? Is there some way you can set up SuperDuper to run the next time the MacBook wakes up? I'm trying to make this automated so she doesn't need to think about running something or worry if her data is actually getting backed up.

I've thought about setting it for a time that she normally is on the computer but I'm looking for a solution for when she's not on at that time and gets on maybe an hour after the scheduled backup.


17" 1.83 GHz Intel iMac | 2GB RAM | 160GB HD | Mac OS X 10.5.6
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