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Old 12-08-2005, 02:23 AM
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Use SD to replace startup disk

I have searched the discussions for the answer to this question but did not find it. So if it has been answered I apologize for my impatience.

I have a PowerBook with a 40GB disk I am replacing with a new 100GB. I would like to use SD to clone the existing disk to a USB housing with the new disk installed. I will then install this disk in the PowerBook. I know I can't boot directly from a USB drive. Can I create a bootable disk using SD to a drive mounted in a USB housing? Will the new disk be a true clone (boot like the old disk)?

Thanks. I've downloaded the demo. It look really good. If it does what I want to do I would rate it as perfect. Good work.

Regards,
Jim
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