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    making bootable disk
    because i have never made a bootable disk before can you please expalne me how to do it.(I have 500GB and i want to back up my work)

    After I create 2 volumes how I place my files and folders.
    I mean is it on one place that i put them or separate:the bootabe part and the other part is only personal files,or?
    where do i put OS X and how do I make it bootable(does that includes my personal files?)?
    do I put any other softwares on the site where is the OS X ,please?
    if no,where do I copy all the other applications the I use such as adobe cs3?

    I am planing to use the Superduper appl.

    thank you

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    Use the program SuperDuper to clone from your start-up drive to another drive

    SuperDuper will make it bootable, simply copying all the files in the finder will not work
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