How to: Make a bootable clone of your OS X disk

If you’re a Mac user who has the ability to do a mirrored RAID setup, an extra hard drive and a bit of configuration in Disk Utility is probably your easiest and most fail-safe route to backing up your boot drive. But what do you do if your primary machine is a laptop? Check out this six step guide to mirroring your OS X boot disk with a bootable clone.

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