nah, Apple Care long gone. Am booting from my SuperDuper Drive now - had a relatively recent clone on it, just had to finesse in a couple of areas.I know I should get a new iMac....mine is from 11/2007 just hate to start all over again. I still am using Quicken via VmWare on this one and will probably have to give that up too....Am using the SD clone and backing up to TM on another drive as we speak. But, if I can't start TM does me no good at all. Maybe I can limp along on the SD drive for awhile however probably need to figure out if/what to buy ASAP.I don't really know that much about Fusion on the new iMacs, I know there may be some issues with Super Duper on it but no one will really know until they come out in late Nov/Dec....don't know if I can hold out that long. And, I would assume that the Windows Quicken I continue to hold on to and use daily, would not work on a new machine. have done the verify hard disk shows no problems. also checked other utilities (System INformation app) which seem to show everything is o.k. but its NOT!!!!<sigh>
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