Works fine in 10.8

Works fine in 10.7


Supports iCloud

Secured by Gatekeeper

Supports retina graphics

SuperDuper! icon

Available on the Mac App Store
Not available on the Mac App Store

SuperDuper is an advanced, yet easy to use disk copying program. It can, of course, make a straight copy, or "clone" – useful when you want to move all your data from one machine to another, or do a simple backup. In moments, you can completely duplicate your boot drive to another drive, partition, or image file.

Version 2.7.1
Developer Shirt Pocket
Status Works fine

0 ratings

When it comes to critical backups, no problems are minor! These must be fixed before it can be listed as working.

Released July 21.

Will corrupt the scheduled copy data over time and abort automated backups if using AFP.

15th August.
Problems are minor and fix appears to be in development.

Archived comments

No comments.7 comments

G.G.Anonymous 15 Aug 2012 09:48

Some issues with 2.7 but really minor if you're just doing standard back ups.

Developers are working on fix.

Works but has a few more issues see the developers blog for issues that may affect you.

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[ Martin Herrera]Martin HerreraAnonymous 21 Sep 2012 12:48

Version 2.7.1 seems to take care of everything related to Mountain Lion.

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[ Max_G]Max_GAnonymous 04 Oct 2012 16:52

2.7.1 is compatible.

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Lion (10.7) Comments

[ yok]yokAnonymous 03 Mar 2011 09:29

What exactly isn't working here? Anyone have any info?

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CoreyCoreyAnonymous 12 Apr 2011 16:18

It errors out when it tries to enable permissions on the drive, because it's using disktool to do so. disktool has been deprecated for a while it seems, replaced with diskutil.

The exact error is:
diskutil: please use diskutil(8) instead of disktool

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[ Randall]RandallAnonymous 08 May 2011 16:39

I'm only left with the lion partition without any Snow Leopard partitions. How do I solve this?

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MacMackenMacMackenchmars 14 Jun 2011 09:07

@Corey: Same problem here.

@Randall: Boot into the startup manager of Mac OS X and restore your system from your SuperDuper! backup.

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