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Disk clone OS 7.5

Hi there, I'm trying to up the internal storage of my old 7100/80 , however I can't seem to find any software that
will allow me to clone the SCSI hard drive , to another larger drive. Any suggestions?

Kind Regards


Ryan

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If you have a linux box with the appropriate SCSI interface, have you considered dd?
http://www.backuphowto.info/linux-backu ... k-clone-dd
http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/ans ... ng_With_DD

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recondas wrote:
If you have a linux box with the appropriate SCSI interface, have you considered dd?
http://www.backuphowto.info/linux-backu ... k-clone-dd
http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/ans ... ng_With_DD




Heck don't have a scsi card in any of my linux boxen. unless i create a bootable linux floppy with the utility on it



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:Onyx2: :Onyx2: Onyx2 IR3 4GB Quad R14K 500 DIVO, Onyx2 IR Quad R12K 400 2GB,
:Indigo2: SGI Indigo 2 R8K75 TEAL Extreme 256MB,
:Indigo2IMP: SGI Indigo 2 R10K 195 Solid Impact 256MB, MAX Impact Pending
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Apple G5 Quad, NV Quadro 4500 + 7800GT, 12GB RAM
Sun Blade 1000 Dual 900 XVR 1000
Have you considered Basilisk II?
For classic Mac systems you can just copy everything over using the Finder.

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SAQ wrote:
For classic Mac systems you can just copy everything over using the Finder.


Only problem with that approach is software that use hidden files, like VirtualPC, won't work anymore unless you reinstall, which can be a hassle if you no longer have the media kicking around.

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i'd usually back up the way saq mentioned. if you gotta have an image, you can boot off a MacOS CD (any compatible version will do) and use Disk Copy to create an image.

- System 7.1 through Mac OS 7.6: Compatibility With Macintosh Computers
- Mac OS 8 and 9 compatibility with Macintosh computers

you can also take a look @ gamba's classic page