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jaygray

Best Practice for Backing Up a Hackintosh

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First post, so please be patient with me.  I finally got my first Opencore Catalina build up and running today.  I still have a few kinks to work out, and I am concerned about having a solid backup system in place before I do any more fiddling around and break something.  What is the best practice to protect myself from a catastrophic SSD failure, or even a boot failure as a result of an update?  (I know, don't update...) 

On a traditional Mac/PC, I would use something like CCC/Paragon/Acronis, etc to make backup files and then create a matching bootable USB to restore from, but I am thinking the bootable USB would be problematic.  Or is there a backup system that works with an Opencore USB installer without having to rebuild/reconfigure the system?

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