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  • 4.0 stars

    "Installed and ran with no adverse effect on my Mac"

    May 22, 2011  |   By HamLoring


    Easy to install, worked 'right out of the box' and the disclaimers/warnings were prominently posted.


    No longer supported so if something doesn't work, the forums are your only hope. The wording of the disclaimer was a bit off-putting. However, read and heed!


    I tried several home-brew methods to get a clone of my XP partition, but the Disk Utility kept throwing errors and would not complete a block copy. I was leery of using the Unix dd command (I am not an experienced Unix user) so Winclone was the only answer that seemed to be available per many posts and forum discussions.

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