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    Get hard drive clone from external drive to internal?

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    Get hard drive clone from external drive to internal?
    Hi, is it possible for me to clone my internal drive to an external drive, then put in my new internal drive and copy the clone off the external drive onto it?

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    Get hard drive clone from external drive to internal?
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    Yes, you can use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a fully bootable clone of any drive, so you can create a full clone on that external and use it ti restore your whole system onto a new drive
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    Get hard drive clone from external drive to internal?
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    Also, you could use SuperDuper! ( very similar to Carbon Copy Cloner ) and achieve the same thing.
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