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    Unhappy Macking backup

    I where just woundering about if there is any programs that can make host files of my macbook ?

    Bcause I know there is programs as, acronis, Norton... to win which I can use to copy my harddrive over to another..

    It's because Im investing in a larger harddrive, and would be nice, if I just culd make a ghost or copy my harddrive over to the new one

    Anyone that can help ??

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