- boot + -able (Wiktionary)
“A so-called bootable clone made on a USB drive is not actually bootable - as you know.”
“If your internal drive fails while your only backup is the so-called bootable clone on your USB drive, and you have no other disk with which to start your computer and access the Finder”
“Table 2 is applicable to an IBM PC-1, which is fitted with either a "bootable" harddisk or an IBM Expansion Chassis.”
“Table 1 is applicable to an IBM PC-1, which is NOT fitted with either a "bootable" harddisk or an IBM Expansion Chassis.”
“A better approach, though, which would allow you to do incremental backups (much quicker after the first one and which would also have the advantage of creating a "bootable" backup if your externals are, themselves, bootable), would be to use”
“Remember to mark partition one on both drives as "bootable".”
“As posted, they are "bootable," meaning you can start and run your Mac from them normally (if slower) if your internal HD fails.”
“The backup has been made to be "bootable" acc. to SuperDuper - so I guess the answer to your question is yes.”
“Step 2 - Insert a "bootable" USB drive into your Mac”
“Some clones are also "bootable", meaning that with a clone of my computer on a USB disc, I can plug it into your computer, boot from the USB disc and run it looking and behaving like my computer.”
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