MacBook Pro :: Error Trying To Back Up On Time Machine

Aug 30, 2014

I suddenly get this error. I have had a Arduino connected to my Macbook pro, so I don't know if that had an influence.

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Pro :: Error - Cannot Open Because File Or Application Does Not Have A Back Up On Time Machine

May 5, 2012

My Macbook Pro has been not updating, crashing applications, and force restarting. The problem has finally showed itself this morning. Finder crashed and when I tried to open it, I got a " Cannot open because file or application does not have a back up on time machine, and it is corrupted or incomplete (null)

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MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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MacBook Pro :: Using Time Machine On External Hard Drive/Time Machine Error Code - 43

Aug 23, 2010

I was trying to set up my Time Machine to an external hard drive. I didn't continue because it asked to "initialize" the hard drive which I had a lot of important things on.

I have another external hard drive I'd like to use but, my Time Machine has this error code of -43. What is this and how can I use my Time Machine on another external hard drive?

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OS X :: Accidently Trashed My Time Machine Back Up Folder - How Can I Transfer It Back?

Sep 8, 2009

I'm an idiot, pleased to meet you.I had 2 external drives connected to my Macbook Pro, both had time machine back ups on...I meant to delete one of these but deleted the wrong one, and dragged it into Trash. On realising my mistake I tried to drag it back out of Trash, as you would normally but after "preparing to copy" for four hours it told me the drive was full...It's a 500gb drive, and the Time Machine back up is the only thing on it, so presumably it's just trying to copy itself when the back up is still present on the drive, albeit in the Trash.

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MacBook Pro :: Time Machine Won't Back Up?

Apr 23, 2012

I've been backing up my mac book pro using a WD passport drive and time machine but recently it stopped backing up and says "back up failed" when I try to back up.  I can still access data on the drive but can't save to it anymore.

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8), WD passport drive

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MacBook :: Installing A Time Machine Back Up?

Nov 16, 2009

If I install a fresh copy of Snow Leopard will all my programs be reinstalled or just the data that is backed up with Time Machine?

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MacBook Pro :: Transfer Back From Time Machine?

Apr 29, 2012

Having just backed up to my external drive through time machine I re installed OS X  Now I like the entire last Time machine back on my computer as the disk had to be erased for the install Is there a easy way to do this as opposed to file by file?

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Mac Book Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.1)

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MacBook Air :: Time Machine Back Up Not Enough Space?

May 6, 2012

I just tried to back up my Mac Book Air and I use OS X 10.7.3.   

I got a message which said that there was not enough space on my external hard drive.   The message said that I needed 50 GB and the external drive only has 43 of space... Note, when I check out the hard drive, it says:  ""Available 43.63 of 249.93". 

The sole purpose of my hard drive is for back up purposes.  So,  there isn't anything other data or information on the drive..

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MacBook Pro :: How To Restore From A Time Machine Back Up

May 15, 2012

I have a brand new 250 GB SATA system drive in my 2.2 ghz MacBook pro.My last hard drive gave up the ghost right after the time machine back up on sunday night.I am trying to restore my data from time machine.

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MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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MacBook :: Putting In A New HD On My Mac - Can I Put Windows Back On It Via Time Machine

Oct 19, 2010

I'm getting a larger hard drive for my mac - and I have all my current data backed up on my external - however I also have a windows partition with a game on it that I no longer have the disks for so I was wondering if there's anyway I can carry that over to my new HD via time machine or any other method?

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MacBook Pro :: Want To Do A Fresh Os Install And Not Back Up From Time Machine?

Dec 6, 2010

I want to do a fresh os install and not back up from time machine, will i have any problems getting my CS5 back using the same serial #?

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MacBook Pro :: Time Machine Does Not Back Up To External Drive?

Mar 17, 2012

I plug in my hard drive and it is working..click "back up now" and it starts, but stops within a few seconds?

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macbook pro, Mac OS X (10.6.5)

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MacBook Pro :: Recover A Back Up That Time Machine Has Deleted?

Apr 16, 2012

Time machine deleted a back up, that I need as it was the only place that had some files and as my hard drive became full it deleted this back up (I didn't realise it was going to do this ) and now I want to get it back. Is there any way I can without having to pay loads for a recovery?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Pro :: Delete My Previous Back Ups From My Time Machine?

Jun 13, 2012

how i delete my previous back ups from my time machine ?

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MacBook Pro :: Can Time Machine Back Up Mu Current OS Into My External SSD Drive

Nov 4, 2010

I want to replace my current HDD with new SSD, here is the steps I will do, identify if this is feasible!!!

1. Put ssd in a external hard drive enclosure

2. Connect the external SSD drive to MBP

3. Back up the entire OS and files with time machine

4. Remove the enclosure, take out ssd

5. Put SSD in mu MBP, replacing HDD

Will this work?

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MacBook Pro :: How To Get App Store, Time Machine And System Preferences Back

Apr 28, 2012

Somehow I completely deleted my app store, time machine and system preferences.  I have read that updates should fill in those missing.  It hasn't worked for system preferences.  For the app store and time machine they only say unexpected quit.  How do I get these working properly again?

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MacBook
Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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MacBook :: Need External Hard Drive To Back Up With Time Machine?

Jun 22, 2014

I probably have all kinds of misconceptions about Resetting to an earlier time for the computer I have. It's a 2009 macbook, running OS 10.8.5. I got it last week, previous to this machine I have been running a powerbook G4. It does not have a backup with Time Machine either.

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MacBook Air :: How To Extract Individual Files From Time Machine Back Up

Jun 19, 2014

So two months ago my mac's internal hard disk had a problem, it was "ejecting" itself by itself. It was frozen. Problem: I was gonna do a backup the day it happened, so I didn't have a back up. I went to a centre of data recuperation. They managed to get a lot out of the internal hard disk and put it in a new external hard drive. Apple then replaced my SSD, and I restored (from the external hard drive) what had been recuperated back on my computer with a new SSD. Now I realise that a lot of things are missing - especially pictures- which is quite annoying. I do have a very old back up that I did with Time Machine on another external hard drive. My question is: how can I restore only the pictures from that back up? I can't go back on time machine because this is a new SSD, and I don't wanna restore everything from that back up as I have more data on my computer as it is now.

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Time Machine In MacBook Is Showing Error 43

May 4, 2012

Time Machine in my MacBook is showing error 43

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MacBook, iOS 5.1, Time Machine not working

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MacBook Pro :: Time Machine Won't Back Up And Files Won't Open When Double Clicked

Dec 11, 2014

I have a 13in MacBook Pro Mid 2012 model with a 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 4 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 memory. I've got it new in the summer of 2012, and haven't had any real problems until now. I have a 1TB Hitachi external hard drive with over 600GB left of storage. I'm running Yosemite. 

Lately, as in the past few weeks but more noticeably the past few days, I can't open files if I just double click on them from my desktop or from searching them outside of the application. For instance, if I click on a word document on my desktop, it will cause the work icon to bounce for a while, pretending to open, but it never does. If the application is already running, the file just won't open. If I search from the "open" selection within the application, it works fine. This is true for all of my Microsoft Office apps, Photoshop, Preview, iTunes, and everything in between, all of which I had never had a problem with before. 

Next, anytime I try to backup my system using Time Machine, it simply shows the "Preparing Backup" status and never starts. I've had the hard drive and used it as a Time Machine since I got the computer, and have had zero problems at all. 

I've tried CleanMyMac2, Memory Clean, and I've always kept my Mac very clean and organized, as in no duplicate files, moving my biggest files onto my hard drive, and deleting any of my unnecessary files.  I know I don't have a ton of RAM left, but I'm honestly not completely sure what to do about that, as this model apparently doesn't have RAM updates available.  

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MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2012), OS X Yosemite (10.10.1)

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MacBook Air :: Copying Files From Time Machine - Error Disk Not Available

Jun 22, 2012

When I try to archive my files with Time Machine I get an error message "error disk not available".The external disk is a 1 TB Iomega EGO Portable Hard Drive Mac Edition connected with 2 USB connection to my Mac Book Air with MacOS 10.7.4.I have format the disk in MacOS extended. I have tried to copy file from my internal disk to the external disk & it works correctly.

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MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X :: Can Time Machine Back-up A NAS

Jan 30, 2009

Is it possible to back-up the contents of a NAS drive to a FireWire or USB2 drive using a Mac and Time Machine?

I know there are methods to get TM to back-up TO a NAS but if, for example, someone had their iTunes library on a NAS for access over a network- could TM be used to copy that drive for safe-keeping?

The path of the back-up would, basically, go like this:

NAS --> ROUTER --> IMAC & TIME MACHINE --> USB2/FW DRIVE

Sorry if this seems a simple one but searching for an answer just yields dozens of results for backing-up TO a NAS drive, not copying/saving the NAS itself.

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OS X :: Time Machine - Does It Really Back Up

Feb 15, 2010

Recently, I've figured out that when backing up, time machine only backs up some files, but not the entire thing... I see that this is a way to keep the size of the back up on a low level, true, but isn't it a bad way to back up your files?! Shouldn't it be full backups of the entire library?!

Second question; when I will set up my new mac machine I will buy this summer, is the integration really that easy and files do not get lost?! I am a bit skeptical as a few months ago I integrated data from my old computer to my mac (without using time machine, just regular back ups, manually) and some files were not being imported, god knows why.

Stupid question; when integrating the old files from time machine to a new mac, do they integrate system preferences / applications too? Cause I really have done lots of cool tweaking and it would suck to do all that stuff again...

Also, can I select the files I want to import or does it automatically import all the files from time machine to the new mac? A problem is that there is lots of (cookies, temp files etc.) stored on every mac and now, the quetsion is, does time machine import all these old/makingsystemslower/* little files too?!

What about the problem of leopard > snow leopard recovery?!

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OS X :: What Does Time Machine Back Up?

Mar 14, 2010

If I do a time machine backup - does it back up everything on all accounts or just the one I'm currently logged in as?The reason I'm asking is, I just bought a (used) iMac with a 250GB drive, and I have ordered a 760GB WD green drive. Can I just back up using Time Machine and then restore via Time Machine? I have four accounts on here - I'd rather not have to go through the pains of reinstalling everything.

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OS X :: Mac Doesn't See The Time Machine Back Up?

Sep 15, 2010

I am new here and i have to say desperate. I need to do a system restore from time machine but the mac doesn't see the time machine back ups. I have tried to repair disk and all was ok.

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OS X :: What To Use To Back Up Time Machine / Software

Dec 29, 2010

I have 2 seagate external hdds. one has manual backups and my photos, mp3s etc from my pc. the other one is brand new empty. this is my 1st mac.. so I was wondering what to use to back up time machine? or the memeo (comes with seagate) or any other backup software? I want to use the harddrives in both pcs and macs. mac reads my ntfs hdd but can't write it (I know there are some apps that can make the mac write on ntfs.) also I wanna back up my windows xp under parallels.

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OS X :: Finding Time Machine Back-ups Bit Per Bit

Feb 11, 2009

In the audio world, bit per bit is important. When TM makes back-ups, are they bit per bit of the original?

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OS X :: Time Machine Just Keeps Saying - Preparing Back Up

Mar 9, 2009

I'm trying to do a back up in Time Machine. It's been going for like an hour and it still says "Preparing Backup."

I haven't changed my files around much and it really should only have a couple of kb worth of new data to back up.

My last successful backup was yesterday. It's done this a few times since then. I tried to stop the back up and restart it to no avail.

I also went into my backups folder and deleted the "in progress" backup then tried to backup again and it's still not working.

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OS X :: Time Machine - Back Up From External?

Oct 29, 2009

I was told today by an Apple retail employee that Time Machine will not back up from anything other than an internal drive and I wanted to confirm whether this was the case. For example I have an iMac with a 750GB internal and I also have a 750GB external drive. I want to keep my iTunes Music and iPhoto libraries on the internal but keep all my movies on the external drive for space reasons. I want to then use a 2TB external drive to work with Time Machine. I was told that if I want to back up the 750 "Movies" drive that I will need to manually copy it because Time Machine will only back up the path of those files and that drive can't be included in the backup. To me this seems to go against what TM is about, since I then have to manually manage that part of the backup, adding new items, rather than getting the benefits of TM's incremental backup. Can anyone confirm or deny this. Second question is regarding TM for multiple machines. Can a 2TB drive be used as the TM drive for both an iMac and a MacBook or will the drive need to be partitioned?

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OS X :: Time Machine Does Not Seem To Back-Up Data?

Jan 25, 2010

I own a uMBP late 09 running 10.6.2. Recently, i bought a Seagate FreeAgent Go 320Gb to use as back-up for both Mac and Windows. I partitioned it into equal HFS+ and FAT32, the former exclusively for Time Machine (which i will be using for the first time), and the latter for Windows.

Initial back-up via TM was successful, as i was able to store about 80Gb of data from my Macintosh partition into the ext drive. The problem is this : After several days of backing-up data, Time Machine displays the same set of files as the initial one. During this time, i have made various additions to my iTunes library as well as movie clips and other documents. These changes/additions did not reflect on the subsequent back-ups made by TM. The initial size of the back-up data stayed the same, pegged at 80Gb.

Am i doing something wrong here? The ext drive does not remain connected to my notebook always, and i only do force back-ups via the TM icon. Also, i have not encountered a single error/failed message when backing-up. On the options menu, i excluded only the Download folder. No other settings were altered.

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