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Old 06-23-2007, 05:40 AM
Brent Brent is offline
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Copy sandbox back over Original system

Hi Dave,

I have foolishly been running my system from Mac HD even though I had created a Sandbox. Recently, things have been acting up and I discovered an "invalid node structure".

So I rebooted from the Sandbox and ran "verify disk". No problem.

Now I know that you recommend against copying Sandbox over my original system but I just want to get through this quickly.

I noticed something about “Backup – all files” copy script in the user manual but I am uncertain about the following statement:

....this will only work if the Sandbox and all the shared files were created by SuperDuper!

I have an external backup of all my documents on a sparse image. My machine is filevaulted.

Can I go ahead and copy my sandbox over my original system using "erase, then copy" to fix this directory issue? (invalid node structure)


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