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Old 07-13-2007, 10:51 PM
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I mean not to an image stored on a drive, but directly to the drive itself. Also, if the drive's mounted when the backup starts, it's not going to unmount...
Okay, now I'm confused... The guide says (in Backing Up Over a Network) "Superduper cannot write directly to the network volume itself. Instead, you must store your backup in an image..." So that's what I've done - but it sounds like you're saying I shouldn't be storing it in an image, but directly to the drive.
Can you clarify?
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