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Old 02-28-2008, 02:07 AM
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First backup after Leopard upgrade.

I am registered SuperDuper 2.5 user. I backup my Mac Pro daily. Tonight I decided to upgrade Mac OS 10.4.11 to Leopard. Before upgrading I disabled the SuperDuper schedule because I wanted to make sure the Leopard upgrade was successful before my scheduled daily backup ran. So my question is this. If the upgrade to Leopard was successful, how should I do the first backup of the freshly upgraded hard drive? Should I just reenable the schedule, or should I do an erase and backup, and then reenable the schedule?

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