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    Hello

    have built a very stable hackintosh, and want to clone the hardrive incase my work gets messed up at a later date, so i can just swap out the hard drive without the pain and worry that it wont go as smooth next time

    the instal also has chameleon installed to auto boot and only mac OS

    whats the recommended way to do this?



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    Quote Originally Posted by daveey View Post
    Hello

    have built a very stable hackintosh, and want to clone the hardrive incase my work gets messed up at a later date, so i can just swap out the hard drive without the pain and worry that it wont go as smooth next time

    the instal also has chameleon installed to auto boot and only mac OS

    whats the recommended way to do this?

    If you download clonezilla and the burn it to cd or usb stick

    then you can back up a full IMG of your hard drive then place it on an external drive or somthing,

    then you just run clonezilla again to restore the IMG to a drive

 

 

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