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Old 08-30-2009, 08:46 AM
BigJim BigJim is offline
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Missing *.kext files - RESOLVED

Last weekend I downloaded what was then the latest version of SD, v2.5, but had to wait until this weekend to try again. This time the copy did so flawlessly!

THE MORAL, as Dave so patiently pointed out: cloning a Leopard OS requires a SD version somewhat later than v2.1 .. v2.5 did it.

Why was I attempting v2.1? Because it came with a hard drive adapter I purchased from Apricorn about a year ago. Because they supplied SD on a CD, I mistakenly thought it was their (Apricorn's) product. Once I realized it was a trial copy they supplied as a courtesy, and that a later version from Shirt Pocket was needed, and downloaded that, it did the trick.

Thank you, Dave.
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