|Nov 28, 2012, 12:54 PM||#1|
Backup Question on 13" MBA with Lion
I have the 128GB SSD and I was thinking of using CCC to mirror the internal 128 to a 320 GB just in case something happens to the 128.
I have done this before on 13" MBP's with success but will the MBA allow me to use CCC to image another drive just in case and will Lion boot which I believe it should?
I thought this way if the 128 dies, all I have to do is have Apple replace it, then I can redo the image again with my 320GB?
I do not keep any files on it, other than my configuration and iCloud stuff?
iPhone 5 16GB White
2012 MacBook Pro 13" 2.5/4GB/240GB SSD
|Nov 28, 2012, 01:01 PM||#2|
Yes, it's a common setup for changing drives and reinstalling. If it's that important, get 2 drives and put one on a safe place. There are good instructions in CCC on doing this.
2014 13in MBA, 2014 i7 Mini, 2011 13in MBA, iPad2, iPhone5, iPhone4S.
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|Nov 28, 2012, 01:13 PM||#3|
Yup, it will work exactly that way. That's why people like using CCC for backups. I use it in conjunction with Time Machine and Crashplan because I like having redundant backups.
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