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Old 12-02-2006, 12:50 PM
ioport ioport is offline
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Clone/Restore: RAID-0 -> single drive -> RAID-0 doesn't work

I have cloned a RAID-0 boot drive (10.4.8) of 3x Raptors on my Mac Pro, to both an internal and external FW400 drives.

The Mac can boot fine from either of these drives.

However if I restore that clone back to the RAID-0 boot drive, the system can't boot anymore. I get strings of "Still waiting for root device" messages if I switch to verbose mode when booting.

So how exactly can I do a perfect clone of my RAID-0 boot drive that can be restored back and that can boot?

Note: Super Duper 2.1.3 v80 used

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