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Old 09-07-2010, 04:34 AM
Timmy Timmy is offline
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Switching between cloned volumes

Hi,

This may very well be a stupid question but I feel compelled to ask it...

If I have two volumes on a single disk and I clone a MacOS X 10.5.8 startup volume to the other Volume, will the OS become 'confused' if I frequently switch between booting from one volume and the other?

Will both volumes remain totally separated as far as the OS is concerned, even when switching between startup volumes?

p.s I do realize that this is not a good backup strategy, I am wanting to do this as a way of having a separate volume for trying out new software and such...
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