How to use time machine to restore a partition in OS X Mountain Lion?

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How do you use time machine to restore a complete backed-up partition in OS X Mountain Lion?

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jimlynch
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This article on Apple's support site might be helpful.

Mac Basics: Time Machine
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1427?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US

"Learn how to set up Time Machine to perform backups, how to restore items (or your entire system) from a Time Machine backup, how to migrate existing Time Machine backups to a new Mac, and more."

ablake
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Here is a detailed guide to using Time Machine to restore your system. It's lengthy, but should cover what you want to do. Just get out your reading glasses. 

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