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Old 12-08-2021, 07:09 PM   #1
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Angry Problems with Systemback


I had to reinstall sparky7 ... I have a usb/live with systemback as a backup, with all settings etc.

The system had before breaking 7.5 GB approximately (amount with which it was copied to the usb) and when installing it now from the backup/usb I see that it has practically doubled to 13 GB (?).

Systemback does not accept to copy many GB, maybe up to 9 GB at most -- I think that at the end I would be left without Sparky because other tools like clonezilla etc, I simply do not understand how to use them.

Maybe I did something wrong during the installation process but I have repeated the installation several times with the same result.

What, if anything, can be done in order to correct this problem?.

Any guide to explain how to install ...?

Thanks for any hints,


Last edited by Camello; 12-08-2021 at 07:10 PM.


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