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Old 09-30-2009, 07:40 AM
leo leo is offline
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Cloning a Mac that won't boot anymore?

Unfortunately, my Desktop Mac, a G4 Quicksilver with OS 10.3.9 and about 100GB of files on it, doesn't start up anymore, even when trying to boot from an external CD (holding down C while pressing the start up button). It looks as if the internal HD can't be read anymore :-((

Anyway, I have an Intel Macbook running on 10.5.8. and with currently about 30GB free space.

So, the big question is:

If I buy an external HD bigger than 100GB, would it be possible to clone the 100GB of the G4 by using SuperDuper? If yes, how?
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