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10.5: Repair Time Machine after logic board changes
Authored by: barrysharp on Feb 23, '08 12:54:17PM

BTW - you can use SuperDuper! version 2.5 (it's Leopard compatible) to clone your old TM backup volume to some other volume if that helps you.

In fact you can place a TM backup volume/folder onto a Cloned Leopard boot volume. I do this by first cloning my Leopard boot volume to a disk and then place my TM backups onto the same disk. The system will boot up happily even with the TM backup folder on it. Makes sense as you can place TM backups onto your internal boot volume if you so desire and system boots up without issues.

Regards... Barry Sharp

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