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Unfortunately that didn't work for me- its still goes through all of them. Are these problems related? I wanted to install a new larger internal HD, she wanted to go shopping for new external HD (her logic is that she is getting a new Mac later this year but so frustrating, seeing as how it backed up just fine before the switch from 10.5 to 10.6. my review here

However, you will not be able to continue backing up to the same drive. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? WWSJD? It is so useful even though I don't use Time machine.: )Why don't you read "Playing Media Rant - when will this get better?" comment? https://www.cnet.com/news/time-machine-permissions-problems-after-mac-os-x-10-5-6/

Home Macintosh iOS & iPod News & Opinion Archives Advertise Contact Fixes Handy guide for Time Machine tricks and troubleshooting tips Posted by Ant on October 14th, 2008|24 Comments Time Machine July 14, 2009 at 8:53 AM Kevin said... The terminal command, just to recap, is sudo grep backupd /var/log/system.logOnce I looked through the log, I found that files were crapping out in iDVD:Nov 2 15:24:40 Macintosh-2 /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd[8557]: Error: (-36) After all, if you can maintain your backup history I'd be you'd want to.

HOWEVER, this is on Leopard (my Mac Pro), not Snow Leopard. Do you have the ability to manually create a folder on your backup volume? June 24, 2008 at 10:34 AM Pedro Alberto Vera said... Submit an Apple-related tip or fix.

The app was non-critical so it was deleted and now the server backups are successfully completing. June 10, 2008 at 9:41 PM Kent Steen said... David A. I'm going to install it now since I have nothing else to lose and see if it fixes it.

Doe sit automatically have an admin set up? Had to do a hard shut down to get the files to delete though.)Thanks! Then I TM backs up that non-TM-MaxEx drive to a TM drive.Finally, following recommendations in the blog link below, I have two TM drives where only one is connected at a The .inprogress file is 194 GB bis, so hopefully tyhe videos would be there...PLEASE HELP !!!

I played a round-robin with my files as I reformatted all of the HDs. http://www.aaronwest.net/blog/index.cfm/2008/5/18/A-Fix-for-Time-Machines-Backup-Failure First: TimeMachine still works, BUT anytime i switch off the external HDD or power up my MB in a non-home-environment I get the '!' in the menu-bar-logo, that he couldn't do Tried it out and worked like a charm! Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

The only thing that corrects this is to Re-start the time Capsule. http://linuxprofilm.com/time-machine/time-machine-error-43.html The drive was initially prepared with "Partition Map Scheme: GUID Partition Table" and "Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)", it still is.5. September 9, 2013 at 1:12 PM David Alison said... @Hannah: Turn off Time Machine, then restart your Mac (Apple / Restart...), then try again. i like everything but this freakin time machine.

You have to transfer your files from the Time Machine drive to the iMac or start over from scratch. Tell it to skip the verification step -- it takes forever. I am also afflicted by the errors. get redirected here I don't have one and don't see the need.

Copy stage failed with error:11So what is an error 11? and has been backing up successfully since 6-April.What should I do? June 11, 2008 at 4:08 AM Anonymous said...

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Hi everybody,I have a very big and important problem and need urgent help.I have a time machine backup file that was not terminated correctly. Drop a note in here to let me know if you find a solution! I first saw this TIme Machine's message just today.After searching in the Internet I found some possible solutions. GeekOutTech 167,894 views 10:53 How to Format An External Hard Drive for Mac - Duration: 5:16.

Closer to the bottom was plugging my MBP into a power brick in order to backup my computer to my Time Capsule. December 11, 2008 at 10:10 PM Chris said... This may not help anyone but just in case.Rebooting Time Machine didn't help and I wasn't able to delete the in progress file even as admin (or via command line using http://linuxprofilm.com/time-machine/time-machine-error-11-fix.html So I did "sudo rm -r" on .inProgress via Terminal.

Technologyguru 76,754 views 7:13 Turn An Airport Extreme Into A Time Capsule [HOW TO] - Duration: 7:40. Reply Aaron West 8/29/08 10:28 AM @Steve I haven't had the problem of the .inProgress file hanging Finder. August 18, 2011 at 8:43 AM GI said... Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.

Up next Back Up Your Mac with Time Machine in El Capitan - Duration: 4:10. Reply Steven Erat 5/21/08 10:37 AM Thanks for the detailed analysis and solution. The Apple execs may be using public test results (i.e. David,It's 10.5.3.

I restarted once more and then tried to use TM. Jan 9, 2009 7:03 AM in response to SC::UK Level 1 (0 points) Jan 9, 2009 7:03 AM in response to SC::UK Ok - thanks. But it can't hurt.) Dismount the TM-backup-of-mymachine volume first, and then the Backup volume. Reply Steve 2/7/09 5:00 PM I had to reset up my Time machine as I moved to a new location.

All are Mac Extended (journaled) format. I have this happen to me every few days too. Backup drive fills up too quickly with large virtualization files If you use Parallels or VMWare for virtualizing Windows on your Mac, the disk images used by these applications will eat share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply ec51, Dec 18, 2008 ec51 macrumors 6502 Joined: Jun 28, 2008 #18 This is what I could find

It was having a difficult time removing older incremental backups. Unfortunately, I can't be of any help with the rest of your comment about class action lawsuits. Thinking a restart might help, I did so, the backup started up again and has been fine since. I'm on 10.6.8.

Install some 3rd driver on Mac to support fully NTFS is my recommendation." on How to format a drive for Mac and PC compatibility Apple Links Apple.com AppleInsider Daring Fireball The problem for me now is that as Apple won't acknowledge the existence of the issue, or provide detail of what exactly was fixed in their last 10.5 update, I have I am still on 10.5.2 with Growl and haven't had any time machine errors.