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Old 06-26-2009, 12:00 AM
ojaime ojaime is offline
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Clone to new MAC

Hi,

I'm a new SD user and decided to try it beacuse of rave reviews in my company's internal MAC forum.
I'm trying to clone a older Intel based MAC Book Pro to a newer one as I have to return the older one. The new one comes with OSX already installed. Currently backing up older MBP using SD 'Backup- All Files' option. All other options are default. Using external USB Maxtor One Touch as target.

Questions:

- After backup is finished, do I need to make the external HD bootable?
- Or, As I mentioned, new MAC comes with OSX pre installed. Should I boot directly from the new MAC's HD, and just use DU to restore from external drive and that should do it? Or do I need to install SD and restore from it?
- Perhaps I'm missing some steps here?

Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide

Oscar
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