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I've cloned my drive and booted to it, but I cannot login. Why?

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Posted: 27 Sep, 2007
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 this as part of its encryption methodology which may be corrupted and is not repairable with Apple's disk utility.

You can create a new user to login and try the bruCLONE operation with that user or another one that does not use FileVault to test.

If you have further questions about this, please contact TOLIS Group Support.
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