Jon Paris skrev:

Personally I haven't had a problem with it. My only regret is that I have a relatively small hard drive and for reasons that I don't fully understand OS X is much happier with a bunch of spare drive space = and I don't have any.
If you have a Time Machine backup of your whole machine, you can just upgrade the physical harddisk to a newer, larger model, boot the install DVD and tell it when it asks that you have a Time Machine backup, and let it roll in.

Last time I did it, I had a completely upgraded machine in 3 hours and could continue from there.

I am about to do it again with a 640 Gb drive. EyeTV gobbles up disk space faster than anything I've ever seen before :)


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