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by Tom Nelson

You have probably heard the admonition to back up your startup disk before performing any system updates. That’s an excellent idea, and something that I recommend often, but you may wonder just how to go about it.

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The answer is: Any way you want, as long as you get it done. This guide will show you one of the many methods available for backing up a startup disk.

I’ll use OS X’s Disk Utility to perform the backup. It has two features that make it a good candidate for backing up a startup disk. First, it can produce a backup that is bootable, so you can use it as a startup disk in an emergency. And second, it’s free. You already have it, because it’s included with OS X.

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