Applications :: Time Capsule Restores Data In 64 Bit Snow Leopard?

Jan 24, 2009

So as I understand it, Snow Leopard is completely 64-bit meaning 32-bit apps will not run. How will Time warp/time capsule restore apps from 10.5 when you upgrade to a 10.6 machine?

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MacBook Air :: Moving Time Capsule Data - How To Restore Image From Time Capsule

Nov 29, 2010

I'm getting a new 13" MBA, upgrading from a 2006 macbook. I have it all backed up to time capsule. Can I just connect the MBA to my time capsule and restore the macbook image?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Safely Remove All Backups From Time Machine/Time Capsule?

Jun 17, 2012

I plan to 'clean up' my Time Machine/Time capsule completely, whereby I want to make it impossible for third parties to recover all or part of these old backups.After I have accompished this I want to start from scratch backing up my Mac.

Info:
iMac 27" i7, Mac OS X (10.6.6)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Cannot Seem To Set Up Time Machine Using Time Capsule On It

Jun 3, 2012

I cannot seem to set up Time Machine using Time Capsule on my MacBook Pro. Evidently when I initially set up AirPort Extreme, I failed to select it as the backup disc.

Info:AirPort Extreme 802.11n (4th Gen), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: Time Capsule Error After Snow Leopard

Aug 29, 2009

I was able to install Snow Leopard without any problems - but I can't do a Time Machine backup to my Time Capsule. The drive is not recognized and I get a "25299" error which refers to a problem with my keychain. I've gone into Keychain Utility and (several times) have deleted all the Time Capsule entries, but the problem keeps replicating itself. I was able to run backups earlier today and also reset the settings on the Time Capsule, so I'm sure it's not a problem with the drive.

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Hardware :: Install Snow Leopard On Time Capsule

May 29, 2010

I was thinking of the possibility of buying the Time Capsule from Apple and install on its hard drive Snow Leopard and then use it as the main drive of my imac 27 via wifi. Is this possible? If not, would it be possible if I bought an airport express? I would buy another external hard drive, install Snow Leopard on it and then connect it to the airport express. This way it would appear online, and on preferences I would select this drive to use as the main OS drive and then unmount the internal drive of the imac.

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Hardware :: Time Capsule And Snow Leopard Wake On Ethernet

Sep 1, 2009

It keeps saying you need a Time Capsule from '2008' to use this feature. I thought they were all from 2008+? So is this really saying it won't work with the first generation time capsule? The second generation being the one that added wideband support?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Use My Single Time Capsule To Back Up Both Computers?

Mar 6, 2012

I have two computers...an iMac and a macbook. Can I use my single Time Capsule to back up both computers?

Info:MacBook, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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OS X :: Restore Time Capsule Backup On Clean Snow Leopard Reinstall

Oct 16, 2010

I've got a Macbook Pro with Snow Leopard installed, but it has been going sort of sluggish lately so I've decided to do a clean reinstall of Snow Leopard to try and improve things. I've got an up-to-date backup with Time Machine to my Time Capsule. When I do a clean install of Snow Leopard, will I be able to easily restore the files that I want to keep and the applications that I want to put back on my system (with their settings)?

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Time Capsule Backup Works On One, But Not All Computers?

May 13, 2012

We have a Macbook and an iMac, both on Snow Leopard. Set them up on TC for backup several months ago, and they worked for a while. Then it stopped working for no obvious reason, with the message: 

The network backup disk could not be accessed because there was a problem with the network username or password. Open Time Machine preferences to select the network backup disck and re-enter the correct username and password. 

Of course userame and password were correct, because, first of all, they had not been changed, and second, because I could put in the wrong pw and it immediately would reject it. As it is, it takes it, counts down for 120 seconds, and then gives the above message. 

Bought a new Macbook Pro, using Lion, and it works with the TC, seemingly proving that all settings on the TC are still good. Tried resetting TC. Tried the Cmd-Alt-p-r reboot, but neither worked.

Info:
MacBook (13-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Backing Up MBP To Time Capsule - Disk Utility Stop Verifying HD

Mar 9, 2012

I've been having trouble backing up my MacBook Pro to my Time Capsule (hasn't backed up in months) so I ran Disk Utility and it gave the following error:Disk Utility stopped verifying "Hard Disk". This disk needs to be repaired. Start up your computer with another disk (such as your Mac OS X installation disc), and then use Disk Utility to repair this disk.So, if I do that, will I end up losing whatever is on my hard disk? And how do I start up the computer using the OS X disk? Just put it in and restart?

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OS X :: Restore Data From Time Machine On Snow Leopard?

Aug 24, 2009

I like many of you Mac users am very interested in Snow Leopard. I'm wondering however, if I decide to do a clean installation, will I be able to bring back all my files with Time Machine like you could do with Leopard? (I remember when I first connected my Time Machine HDD to my current computer it asked me if I wanted to restore my data) Also, will my Apps also be in restored onto Leopard? Or would it just be my files?

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OS X :: Doesn't Time Capsule Backup Iphoto Library After Clean Snow Leopard Install

Oct 28, 2009

i recently clean installed snow leopard after backing up my data via time capsule even after using the migrarion assistant my iphoto library is gone doesn't time capsule backup the iphoto library?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Printer Receiving Data All The Time, And Not Sleeping?

Mar 16, 2012

I have a Brother DCP-9270CDN that is connected via Ethernet to my network.  since about a week it does not go to sleep anymore unless al computers sleep.  as soon as I wake one of the computers the printer shows it is receiving data (it has a LCD display that shows it) and as such does not sleep.  Needles to say nobody is sending it data to print, and preferences are set for it to go to sleep. I also have not changed any software since it started to happen.   

Something in my computer is sending it data (about every 3 minutes as the display shows it is receiving data) all the time I suspect

Info:
MBP, MM, MBP - 10.6 + Windooz XP on a hard partition

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Hardware :: Transfer Data From Time Capsule To Mac?

Mar 27, 2009

how do i achieve this? I have a big music library that i want to move back to my computer because time capsule is giving me to much of a problem. I know I can do it over an ethernet wire. Please link any support articles.

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OS X :: How Safe Is Info / Data On Time Capsule

Oct 26, 2009

I just got a 1TB Time Capsule and I will set it up today or tomorrow and I set up my in-laws yesterday and it wasn't to bad to set up. Now when I set mine up and I go to my in-laws and go on their network will my Macbook back up on there Time Capsule or do I have to turn off my Time Machine? My other question I know when my Macbook is off it's pretty safe from hackers, how safe is my info on the Time Capsule?

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MacBook Pro :: Data Retrieval From Time Capsule?

Apr 9, 2012

Is it hard to pull your information that was saved on the Time Capsule to a new hard-drive?  My old hard-drive died & I have been afraid of accessing my Time Capsule for the saved information. Would accessing the 'old' information [& retrieving it], erase or corrupt the new information/files on my 'new' hard-drive? I would like to know exact steps to access & retrieve the information to unify all my saved 'stuff' on the new hard-drive & then restart the back-up of my computer to the Time Caspule again.....

Info:
iPhoto '11, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Pro :: Restore The Data From Time-capsule To It?

Jun 14, 2012

How do I restore dat from time capsule to mynew macbook pro?

Info:
time capsule, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X :: Time Machine SL Restores Pop3 Emails Twice A Week?

Oct 20, 2009

Ever since SL was installed, Time Machine restores pop3 emails into my inbox. So, about twice a week I get about 300 emails restored, emails that I do NOT want.They have been filed away, replied to. What makes it difficult is that I have to trawl through what was restored and what was not read/replied to/filed away.

As a test, I turned off Time Machine for 2 weeks, problem solved. Obviously, I don't want TM turned off.

I then deleted my pop3 email accounts and re-created them with different names. Problem re-appeared. Apple do not have a solution, I tried.

I have 4 pop3 accounts and 2 .me accounts. The .me accounts are not affected, only the pop3 ones.

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OS X :: Time Machine Restores The Top Level Folder Without It's Contents?

Feb 9, 2010

I'm having some problem with my Time Machine. When I restore a folder thats full of other folders, and files. Time Machine just restores the top level folder without it's contents.

And sometimes when I restore a single file, it asks for my admin password.

I've repaired permissions across both my external HD and my internal one.

I've re-installed, and restored the OS, from a back-up.

Problem is that, Time Machine works fine for other accounts.

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Hardware :: How Does Time Capsule Store User Data

Sep 1, 2009

I got the original 1 TB Time Capsule when it first came out, and set it up with user accounts so that everyone in my house would have their own individual space as well as a shared space that everyone could use.

When I turned off accounts mode and switched back to using the Time Capsule password to access a single shared volume, I got a look at how the Time Capsule organized its files (or so I thought).

There were two folders in the root of the drive, Shared and Users. Within Shared was all the shared data on the Time Capsule that everyone could access, and within Users were a set of subfolders, one for each user account I had set up. Within each of those was the data for that user.

However I recently decided to revisit the way my Time Capsule was set up, so I switched back to Time Capsule password mode to affect changes to the layout of the drive. (In the past, I had been able to shuffle files between users this way, and even between the private and public areas of the drive, then simply switch back to accounts mode and my changes would stick.)

But it seems Apple has changed the way the Time Capsule does this, probably with a recent firmware update. I turned off accounts and switched back to Time Capsule password mode today, and saw the expected folder structure. However I then removed all the user data (including account folders) and left the Users folder empty. Then I went into AirPort Utility, removed all the accounts, and recreated them. When I checked Time Capsule password mode, there were no account folders. I figured maybe you had to connect as the user once before the folder would be created, but no dice. I even put some files in there then checked Time Capsule password mode, but there was no user folder and I have no idea where it's keeping the data. It's not under Shared nor is it anywhere that I can see under Users.

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Hardware :: How And Where Does Time Capsule Store User Data?

Sep 1, 2009

I got the original 1 TB Time Capsule when it first came out, and set it up with user accounts so that everyone in my house would have their own individual space as well as a shared space that everyone could use.

When I turned off accounts mode and switched back to using the Time Capsule password to access a single shared volume, I got a look at how the Time Capsule organized its files (or so I thought).

There were two folders in the root of the drive, Shared and Users. Within Shared was all the shared data on the Time Capsule that everyone could access, and within Users were a set of subfolders, one for each user account I had set up. Within each of those was the data for that user.

However I recently decided to revisit the way my Time Capsule was set up, so I switched back to Time Capsule password mode to affect changes to the layout of the drive. (In the past, I had been able to shuffle files between users this way, and even between the private and public areas of the drive, then simply switch back to accounts mode and my changes would stick.)

But it seems Apple has changed the way the Time Capsule does this, probably with a recent firmware update. I turned off accounts and switched back to Time Capsule password mode today, and saw the expected folder structure. However I then removed all the user data (including account folders) and left the Users folder empty. Then I went into AirPort Utility, removed all the accounts, and recreated them. When I checked Time Capsule password mode, there were no account folders. I figured maybe you had to connect as the user once before the folder would be created, but no dice. I even put some files in there then checked Time Capsule password mode, but there was no user folder and I have no idea where it's keeping the data. It's not under Shared nor is it anywhere that I can see under Users.

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Hardware :: Time Capsule Lost Data During Move?

Nov 28, 2009

I moved my time capsule the other day. (Disconnect, move and reconnect)

When I reconnected to the time capsule I couldn't find my data anymore.

The data is still there when I look at free capacity but I can't see it.

How can I fix this problem? Hard reset?

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Hardware :: Backup Data To Time Capsule Ethernet?

Dec 18, 2009

Can I backup data to a Time Capsule using Ethernet?

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Intel Mac :: Restore Data To It From Wireless Time Capsule

Apr 21, 2012

I am trying to restore data from my Time Capsule to my Mac OS X. The data is being restored through a local wirless network, it is about 24GB. How long should it take?

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Applications :: Snow Leopard Upgrade Can Delete My Data?

Feb 11, 2010

I have a new box of snow leopard ready for UPGRADE from the last leopard, I want upgrade, my fear is that my data can be delete or something bad? maybe is a stupid question but I remember a box that say "make sure that your data is backup it" so...

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Hardware :: Time Capsule As File Server - Access Data?

Jan 17, 2008

does anyone know whether time capsule is able to serve as a file server, so that i can have access to my data when i'm away from home?

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Hardware :: Time Capsule And External Hard Drive - Access Data

Mar 27, 2009

I have a new mac mini and a vista pc on the same network. I want to have my pictures, videos and itunes library on a time capsule so I can access them with my mac and pc. I will not be using time capsule as a backup drive. What I want to know is if I can use an external HD to backup my time capsule content. Would it be better to plug the drive to the capsule with usb or to the mac with fw800? The reason I want a time capsule and not a nas is because time capsule is a router at the same time, which means I save space on my desk and dont have to mess around with different components for my network to work fast.

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Hardware :: Data Transfer Slow Speed Rate To Time Capsule

Apr 25, 2009

I did some experimenting this evening to assess data transfer rates to various storage items in my home network which uses a new Time Capsule as the router/hub.

Connected to the Time Capsule are the following:
- Mac Pro (GigE)
- Vista Machine (GigE)
- MBA (Wifi)
- Raptor Drive (USB 2)
- Time Capsule Drive (Internal)

Transferring a 650MB file between devices yielded the following results:
MP > Vista (GigE) = 288 Mbps
MP > MBA (5GHz) = 52 Mbps
MP > MBA (2.4GHz) = 43 Mbps
MP > Raptor (TC USB) = 38 Mbps
MP > TC Drive (Internal) = 38 Mbps
MBA (5GHz) > TC Drive (Internal) = 22 Mbps

It seems that transferring files to a USB drive or the internal drive on the Time Capsule is painfully slow. It took 2:20 to transfer the 650MB file to the Time Capsule over GigE vs. 0:20 seconds to another machine. What's worse, is that the data transfer speeds to the TC are a function of link speed, the slower your connection, the slower your transfer rates. It's not simply limited by some bottle-neck in the TC. It took 3:45 to transfer the same file to the TC from the MacBook Air over the 5GHz WiFi connection. When I complained about this the other day at the Apple store, the "Genius" said that it's due to QOS built into the router to ensure it doesn't kill my web browsing.

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MacBook Pro :: Hard-drive Is Full, Can Move A Lot Of The Data To 3 TB Time Capsule

Jun 3, 2012

I have a late 2011 MacBook Pro 17 Inch with 750 GB of space on its hard drive.  About a month and half ago I bought a 3 TB Time Capsule and I know that Time Capsule, together with Time Machine, basically takes periodic snapshots of your hard drive and will rearrange/clean/delete files on your hard drive.  What I want to know is that since I'm about to run out of space on the internal hard drive can I move a good chunk of the data into the Time Capsule and free up that data on internal hard drive.  Videos take up about 75% of my MacBook Pro's hard drive so video's are my biggest problem.  If I can't do this with the Time Capsule I guess that's a con of the Time Capsule/Time Machine. 

Info:
MacBook Pro (17-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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