Creating bootable clones in Leopard? No Super Duper?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by speekez, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. speekez macrumors 6502

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    I'm using Leopard and looking to make a bootable clone of my System drive, either when I choose to or on a schedule. I would like the clone to include 3rd Applications that I've installed onto the System drive as well.

    Is Superduper my best bet -- but not yet compatible with Leopard?

    I'm using Time Machine for other backups on my machine, plus it wouldn't give me the bootable clone I'm looking for in an emergency.

    RAID1 between the System drive and another drive I was told was also NOT a great to create & maintain a bootable clone.

    So, what are the option in Leopard if Superduper is currently not available?
     
  2. xUKHCx Administrator emeritus

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  3. arcticmonkey227 macrumors member

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    piggyback question off this - Carbon Copy Cloner doesn't seem to be fully leopard compatible to me. It fails midway through the copying process. Is there anyway to fix t his problem?
     

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