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    i have a external hdd enclosure, can i put the hard drive i plan on using inside the enclosure then use superduper. then remove the hard drive from the enclosure and pop it right in the macbook with no problems booting from it?
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    You shouldn't have any problems as long as your going from the same type of computer(Macbook Pro to Macbook Pro) I had some problems once because i installed Snow leopard onto my mac pro from my macbook pro via firewire and i think it messed with drivers or something because the superdrives on my mac pro act funny sometimes when writing. Also make sure you make a carbon copy of the drive and not just drag and drop everything onto the new drive. I use Carbon Copy Cloner. Hope this helps.
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