Clone X 3.2
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Clone X 3.2 is a ideal choice for you to create a copy of your system, to duplicate it on other disks or computers, and to repair and reinstall the system in case of problems (damaged system, errors during installation, etc.)
Clone X is dedicated to the duplication of your hard disk. You can create useable copies of your disk (including the startup disk) as well as special copies, such as the creation of bootable DVD or minimum System disks.
With Mac OS X, the system is now a very complex construction. It is no longer confined within the OS 9 System folder, but is distributed all around multiple folders, most of them being inaccessible (invisible, protected or permission denied). Moreover, any copy or installation must preserve permissions and ownership of each file.
- Copy an entire disk: Clone X provides functions to copy the entire disk contents into another disk (bootable copy), or into a sub-folder.
- Clone your System: Clone X provides powerful features to copy your System, even if the system was installed and updated many times with the updaters provided by Apple.
- Restore your disk or your System: starting from a copy, Clone X will be able to restore your system or your entire disk, back to a previous clean state. Clone X can also restore a selection of files or folders.
- Bootable DVD creation: Clone X creates your personal bootable OS X DVD including your desired applications. Creates an Intel compatible DVD on a Mac Intel, and a PPC compatiible DVD on a PPC Mac.
- Create minimal System disks: Clone X can copy a minimal System to a disk, so that you can install it on a small partition, create a disk for tests, or restart from a clean reduced System.
- Copy entire disk into another disk or a subfolder.
- Copy with or without the Users documents and settings.
- Restore an entire disk or specific files.
- Bootable DVD creation.
- Minimal System creation.
- Disk comparison.
- OS X only.
- [new] Add a tool to backup to Network Volumes. (Can't boot with it).
- [new] Clone X will warn you if disks names contain invalid characters. These can prevent bootable copy to boot depending on the OS version.
- [change] Corrected a language copy bug. Sometimes languages were copied even if you asked Clone X to do not copy them.
- [change] Expert restore, sometimes Clone X can't be stopped bug corrected.
- [other] Several minor updates.
- Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
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