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document Unsupported OS Message from bruCLONE After Booting From Clone Drive
We have witnessed a few occurrences where bruCLONE will report that it's not supported on Mac OS X version 10.3.9 and prior when users have booted from the bruCLONE volume they have just made.  This causes bruCLONE to quit, thereby making it impossible to perform a "reverse clone"...
Not rated 2010-07-12 12:34:35 Views: 12428
document bruCLONE 1.3.0 Now Available!
bruCLONE 1.3.0 is now available and provides full support for all OS X Client platforms from 10.4.11 to 10.6.3. You may update to this version if
Not rated 2010-05-25 16:03:24 Views: 12327
document Does bruCLONE work on Snow Leopard (10.6.x) systems?
Yes.  bruCLONE for Mac OS X is fully supported on Mac OS X systems running Snow Leopard.
Not rated 2009-12-08 12:56:29 Views: 12525
document bruCLONE: Unsupported Version Message on 10.6
Problem: Upon using the bruCLONE application on  a 10.6 machine, you may find yourself with the message of: "Unsupported OS.  bruCLONE cannot be used on machines with an OS prior to 10.3.9." Resolution: This can be caused from an invalid system cache.  To...
Not rated 2009-12-08 12:55:10 Views: 12662
document Western Digital My Book eSATA, USB, & FireWire Hard Drive Boot Problems On PPC with bruCLONE
In internal testing of the Western Digital My Book external hard drive enclosure with USB 2.0, FireWire 400, and eSATA connectivity, it has been found that while bruCLONE can clone to this drive, PPC Mac OS X systems cannot boot from the device. Further internal testing has shown successful...
rating 2008-12-23 10:30:42 Views: 13837
document How to disable Time Machine for the duration of a bruCLONE operation.
How do I disable Time Machine automatically before and after a bruCLONE operation? In bruCLONE v1.2.2, Time Machine is automatically disabled before a clone operation is performed and enabled when the clone operation completes.  There is nothing that needs to be done by the user.
Not rated 2008-04-24 17:38:26 Views: 13914
document How to disable Time Machine's 'use disk' prompt.
How to disable Time Machine from asking to use attached drives. If you swap your bruCLONE disks, or even just create your clone and then store the disk offsite, you have more than likely noticed that when you plug that drive back in to the Leopard system that Time Machine asks if you want to...
rating 2008-04-24 16:26:35 Views: 18003
document bruCLONE v1.2.1 Released!
bruCLONE v1.2.1 Released bruCLONE version 1.2.1 is now available for download.  This version is completely compatible with OS X versions 10.3.9 through the current Leopard release 10.5.1. bruCLONE 1.2.1 adds full ACL and EA support for both Leopard systems and Tiger systems...
Not rated 2007-12-14 14:57:25 Views: 13318
document I've cloned my Intel Mac, but it doesn't boot. Does bruCLONE support Intel Mac systems?
Yes, but first they must be reformatted in a new partition format specific to Intel Macs, called GUID Partition Table (GPT). This is an option you can select in the Intel Macs' Disk Utility. Disks using the Apple Partition Map (APM) partition scheme could be read, but not
Not rated 2007-12-06 14:07:48 Views: 14042
document Does bruCLONE work on Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)?
We are pleased to announce that our BRU Server™, BRU LE™, and bruCLONE™ solutions are Leopard compatible and have been fully tested. Purchases of
Not rated 2007-11-30 15:45:26 Views: 13293
document I've cloned my drive and booted to it, but I cannot login. Why?
There have been reports that users that utilize the FileVault feature in Mac OS X and use bruCLONE have been unable to login to the booted clone volume. The result of the problem is that FileVault may have corrupted the image that the disk image it uses (username.sparseimage). FileVault creates...
Not rated 2007-09-27 16:01:12 Views: 13466
document I've updated to 10.4.10 and now bruCLONE says that it can't run on versions prior to 10.3.9. What happened?
The release of bruCLONE v1.1.0 fixes the following issues: Fixed issue with the 10.4.10 update causing bruCLONE to believe that it was running on an older system. Added an additional warning dialog before starting the operation if the target volume is to be formatted. Resolved issue...
Not rated 2007-07-13 12:11:15 Views: 13519
document Does bruCLONE support ACL's?
Yes!  As of version 1.2.2, bruCLONE has full support of ACLs and EAs on Mac OS X.
rating 2007-04-23 01:25:07 Views: 14037
document Can I schedule bruCLONE?
No.  In version 1.x of bruCLONE you're not able to schedule your backup.  The primary reason for this is if you run a system update and that update breaks or damages something on the system (either software or hardware wise) and your backup is scheduled, then you will clone a bad or...
rating 2007-04-23 01:20:49 Views: 13458
document What drives are supported by bruCLONE?
bruCLONE supports all internal and external drives that are supported by the Mac OS X platform.  At this time, the only drives that are not supported are any drives that have the Prolific chipsets.  These chipsets are not supported on Mac OS X for bootability, however, you may use them to...
Not rated 2007-04-23 01:16:18 Views: 14046



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