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Old 06-08-2006, 10:47 AM
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Unhappy What then?

OK, Dave. If you say so, I trust it's so. But then what?

Scenario (not yet done, because I don't yet have the hardware in my hands, but this is what I plan to do): I've got a new MacBook, and a FWD which is APM-partitioned, onto which I've cloned (with SD!) the MacBook. As you say, I can boot the MacBook from this clone. Let's assume I have a problem on my MacBook such that I want to clone the FWD back to the MacBook, and I do so (Erase & Clone). Will that back-clone on the MacBook be bootable on the MacBook? It would have to be, for any of this to make practical sense, and I assume your answer to my question took this scenario into consideration. But Apple has a KB article, http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303220, which complicates this whole thing in my mind.
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