ric_b Posted April 3, 2002 Report Share Posted April 3, 2002 I've upgraded to Retrospect Desktop 5.0.201 for OS X and am hoping to use it to restore to a new larger disk drive that I recently purchased. I did a backup of my old drive (everything was selected by default) without incident. I installed my new drive and did a restore to it, also without incident. I then selected the new disk to be the startup disk in system preferences and rebooted. The mac won't boot off the new disk. After much trouble getting my original disk to boot into OS X, I reformatted the new disk again and used the Duplicate Volume immediate function in Retrospect, again without incident. Still the same result as above. Does the disk need to somehow be formatted as a boot disk? And if so, why doesn't Retrospect not ask to do this for you? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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