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Old 02-08-2008, 12:07 PM
VicDorn VicDorn is offline
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Restore from SD-Backup PLUS Time Machine

Hi there,

my planned backup strategy is as follows:
Every weekend I run SD with smart update on one drive which goes into the drawer after backup. In addition I keep an extra TM-drive connected at all times.

Say my harddrive failed on a thursday. I then would restore from my SD backup. What's missing is the data between the last SD Backup and the last TM backup before the crash.

How would I restore this missing data. Is there an option somewhere where I can say 'please restore all changed data from this point in time'. Best would be a single button in SD which says "Get up-to-date from Time Machine".

Thanks so much!

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