Thread: Boot Camp and Drive Cloning
05-28-2006, 01:27 PM #1
Boot Camp and Drive Cloning
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- Jan 15, 2006
- SE Pennsylvania
- 20" 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo iMac, 1.5 GHZ PPC Mac Mini, MacBook MB403LL/A
I've got a solid backup/image of my new iMac drive on an external firewire drive, and I use SuperDuper! to do the drive copy. If I decide to dive in and give Boot Camp a shot, I'm assuming I'll then see two internal drives (the Macintosh and the Windows). Questions:
If I use SuperDuper! (or OS X Disk Utility), can I backup the entire drive (not just each partition), or will I need to backup/image one or the other?
If I want to wipe the Windows "C" drive and get back to a pre Boot Camp drive, would I then format/erase my internal Macintosh drive, and just restore the original image (made before boot camp)?
The bottom line question is: If it bombs, how easily can I get back to where I started via a disc restore?
Mark"I'm the one that's going to die when it's time for me to die.
So let me live my life . . . the way I want to." - From "If 6 Was 9" - Jimi Hendrix
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