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    Default Time Machine from iDeneb 1.4 install disk?

    I faithfully backed up my Hackintosh using Time Machine on my Acer Aspire AOA 150.

    Now I'm trying to do a complete restore onto another Acer. I erased the drive, repartitioned it, formatted it. Boot into iDeneb 1.4 install disk, in the drop down menu I choose system restore from Time Machine, it shows me a text saying it'll restore everything and the drive I'm restoring to will be wiped... when I click "continue" it just seemingly hangs... it never goes to the next screen or does anything.

    What am I doing wrong?

    The drive I'm restoring to doesn't have to have MacOS already installed, does it?



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    Are you doing this after its installed Mac on your Partition?

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    Well no. Not yet. I was under the impression that I can use Time Machine and the iDeneb install DVD to completely restore the HDD.

    Do I need MacOS installed first for Time Machine to work?

 

 

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