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Old 26 August 2017, 19:15   #10
Matt_H
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dd is a command-line tool, so you'll need to use OSX's Terminal program. There are two basic things you'll need to do:
1. Find out the device name of your Amiga hard drive when it is connected to your Mac via the USB adapter
2. Use dd with the aforementioned device name as the input file and a destination file name as the output file.

I don't know the exact syntax for these commands, but someone here should be able to provide it.

Be very careful with this operation as it is possible to accidentally overwrite your Amiga hard disk. If there is a write-protect switch or jumper on the drive, enable it just to be safe.
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