Casady & Greene announce CloneX

Discussion in 'New Mac Application Announcements' started by nuckinfutz, Mar 14, 2003.

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    nuckinfutz

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    Kethoticus

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    Sounds like a good investment.

    Of course it could turn out to ruin systems instead of save them, but if this is as good as it sounds, $50 is a bargain price for this software. I may give it a shot.
     
  3. macrumors regular

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    Is this related to Carbon Copy Cloner?
    If it is I say great because that piece of software has saved my pitiful once Norton using self in a very big way and caused absolutely no problems.
     
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    alset

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    If it's fast and stable I'll buy it. But if it turns out to be another slow dinosauric monster, forget it.

    If anyone has a chance to see this in action, please send me a PM.

    Thanks
    Dan
     
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    Dunepilot

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    Norton

    Why the hell has Norton, once a must-have application, turned out to be so useless over recent years?

    It's very distressing that we don't have a dependable version that doesn't mess up OS 9 or OS X.:mad:
     
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    wsteineker

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    Ok, I have a question about this program. I checked the website, and I'm having trouble discerning what exactly it does. I mean I know it makes a copy of your hd, but can't you just create a disk image manually and achieve the same thing? Just wondering if I'd missed the point. Please let me know if I'm just overlooking something really cool. :)
     
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    Re: Norton

    Because X doesn't need much help from anyone. 9 needed more help then humanly possible. So I think that explains the last few years from Norton.
     

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