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I have been using SuperDuper for a long time to Backup (Mirror) my MBP's hard drive to a external Lacie Firewire Drive. I just upgraded to Leopard and see version 2.14 is not fully Leopard compatible and they are working on version 2.15 to fix that.
I know there is also a program called Carbon Copy Cloner but I really prefer SuperDuper. Should I use Carbon Copy Cloner temporarily? Has anyone used SuperDuper or know what the actual issues are and if it's at all safe to use SuperDuper with Leopard?
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There are some using CCC and it is probably the best one currently.
But I think most of us are waiting patiently for SuperDuper!.

A month into Leopard now, and I think I am satisfied enough with Leopard that I'll probably be overwriting my Tiger backup this weekend with CCC as a temp measure while waiting. Meanwhile, I've just been copying the documents and stuff I want saved to my Tiger backup.

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