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Time Machine will report back to you if it encounters any errors while making the backup. Additionally, you can open Time Machine and from the Finder like dialog, you can navigate and see all your folders and files. It should reflect what's on your hard drive.

When doing a clean install, it's always a good idea to use both Time Machine and cloning. But that's up to you.
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