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Old 06-19-2008, 06:31 AM
Clerkhaw Clerkhaw is offline
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Hi there...

Some things are a little cloudy to mee.

See my situation:

1.I've made a disk image backup into a external drive.
2.Booted with Mac OS 10.5.1 Leopard DVD and put Disk Utility to work.
3. Selected Open->Image and then selected the backup image on my external drive.
4. Mounted the backup image on external drive
5. Selected it as source and then erased my local Hard Drive
6. Told disk Utility to clone

After I booted up, nothing is running with exception of Opera, neither Firefox, Safare, Activity Monitor, Terminal, even superduper.

How can this script be applied to my case?

Thanks a lot!

I'm really desperate here, just cant work right now.
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