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Old 08-30-2007, 09:38 PM
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Booting from Clone on Different Machines

First off, let me just say that SuperDuper is one of the most amazing Mac tools I have ever used. Thank you.

Secondly, although I did search around the forums for the answer, I did not find the answer for the following question:

If I create a bootable clone of my harddrive on my Intel MacBook Pro (2.4Ghz Core 2 Duo), what types of Macs can I boot it off of (assuming I have a WD MyBook drive that is both USB and FireWire and the cloned partition is either GUID or APM)?

What are the restrictions in this capacity?

Thanks in advance.

Eugene
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