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Old 06-20-2023, 05:45 PM
revans revans is offline
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Question Bootable Intel backups on Apple Silicon?

Given I have used SuperDuper to make a bootable backups from an Intel-based MacBook (Monterey), is there any way to run them (perhaps as a VM) on a new Apple Silicon (M1/M2) based Mac?
Potential use-case: I have data created (before Apple Silicon existed), backed up in a bootable clone, and I want to review in context of the original application on an obsolete MacOS.

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