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Old 07-10-2008, 04:14 PM
tuni tuni is offline
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Boot from Sandbox or SuperDuper Clone

If I wanted to start my iMac from Sandbox (External LaCie FW Drive) itself, without doing the copy first, how would I do that?

I'm on Leopard .

Actually, I would need to do that even with a restore from my SD clone (also on the External LaCie FW Drive) if the iMac got hosed,right?

I tried going to the iMac desktop and clicking on the SD and SB icons but that won't do it unless I set up the whole copy (Smart copy or full copy) process.

So how does one reboot from the external drive either Sandbox and/or SD clone?

Many thx,
tuni
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