|Jan 22, 2013, 01:23 PM||#1|
OS X and Time Machine
Hi - I have a new iMac with OS X, which has no installation disc or CD/DVD drive.
As I type I am in the process of doing an initial TM backup to an external harddrive. If my iMac disc totally failed and I had installed a new blank drive into the iMac, how would I restore from the TM backup? Would the Command+R option work in that instance?
I am new to this, so apologies if this is a stupid question. I have heard of the need for a clone, but was wondering if the TM backup would be enough in the above situation.
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