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Old 04-02-2009, 01:38 AM
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Yes and no depending upon your knowledge of the system this will be implemented on and what system the imaged drive is from.

If you are able to implement a bootloader (like munky's "Boot-EFI") located in the EFI partition on a GUID partitioned disk and have the necessary Extensions in place to support the new non-Apple hardware, then you could just "restore" the image to the partition the bootloader points to.

I believe you should also be able to implement the new Chameleon bootloader much the same way as munky's in order to get that GUI-feel as well as the other new features found within it.

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