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You cannot use the same partition for a cloned bootable backup and store TM backups.

While you can write to and store other data on a TM backup partition, both SD! and CCC create exact duplicates of your internal drive... meaning, anything that is not on your internal drive is deleted from it.

To maintain both a bootable backup and a TM backup, at a minimum you will have to create two partitions on a single drive... however, with only a 160GB drive, I'd recommend using only one or the other... my personal first choice is a bootable backup before a TM backup.

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