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Heck of a discussion... but I'm no nearer to an efficient means for restoring a working backup of OSx86 after a failed bout tinkering with kexts; I'm getting fairly discouraged by the reinstall process too. Apparently something happens to the disk during the JAS install that doesn't replicate during a CCC or SuperDuper backup routine. DISK BOOT FAILURE inevitable. The Ghost solution sounds plausible for now, I guess. Maybe a hardware RAID mirror would work to get an exact copy of an OSx86 installation onto another disk. Break the mirror to tinker; rebuild with the working backup; repeat. Comments? Brian Stanfill Palmer, Alaska