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Old 04-08-2009, 08:47 PM
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Using SuperDuper to migrate to larger HDD

I currently have one 500GB HDD that's almost full, so I've purchased two 1TB drives that I'm going to raid as one 2TB drive. I want to migrate everything I have on my 500GB to the larger drive and use it as my new boot drive.

I already use SD to do nightly backups, and after reading the documentation again I'm wondering if I can also use it to migrate everything to this new configuration.

Can I just run a full "backup" from the smaller drive to the larger one and set the new one as the startup disk?

Seems like that would work, but this isn't something I want to try and screw up, so I thought I'd ask in advance.

thanks
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