OS X :: Snow Leopard Exact Release Time?

Aug 25, 2009

I hope if this has already been asked, but does anybody know what time the APPLE STORES (not online) will get Snow Leopard. I want to wait in line and get it

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Plan To Release A Print Driver For FujiFilm ASK-4000 Dye Sub Printer?

Jun 20, 2012

Is there a plan to release a print driver for the FujiFilm ASK-4000 Dye Sub printer?The current driver worked well with OS 10.6; but as my Mac Pro took on updates I began to experience issues printing.The thought of restraining my Mac Pro is absurd.

Info:
Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: Purchasing MacBook The Day Before Snow Leopards Release?

Aug 26, 2009

I will be purchasing a MacBook on thursday. Will Snow Leopard be in the box or can I ask for it seeing as it's a day before?

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OS X :: Launch Three Apps At The Exact Same Time?

Aug 20, 2009

Is there a way to launch three apps at the exact same time to see which loads faster.

Like if i wanted all three apps to launch at 5:00 P.M could i do it. If so how? may you please post links or a guide here.

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Hardware :: Apple Remotes, Both Stopped Working At The Exact Same Time?

Jan 15, 2009

how to make them work?

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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 To Reinstall Snow Leopard

Jul 31, 2010

Got a kernel panic. I believe it be caused by a small piece of software that powers some touch screen technology that my company works with - software I was testing with my MacBook. As with Audacity though, sadly, some apps just don't translate well over to Mac. The uninstaller won't work. Also, my drive is seeking way too much, and I've got a lot of clutter. This image on my 17" is actually a holdover from my 13" over a year ago. Kudos to Apple for the seamless transition, but I think it's time for a clean slate.

Here's my challenge.
I'm not worried about the apps. I've got a tally of what I need and I can go get them again pretty easily. I'm also not worried about custom configurations - the dock was easy to tweak as was some of the settings. What I need to make sure I grab is the files that are not system files. Instead of restoring from Time Machine, I plan to reinstall the OS completely fresh, then install the latest versions of the apps, then copy back over my files. According to what I've read on Migration Assistant (and I did MRoogle it first), there is not an easy way to selectively pick and choose files that I want to migrate. Is that accurate?

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OS X :: How To Backup For Snow Leopard With Time Machine

Apr 19, 2009

possible to back up all your data with Time Machine on Leopard and then install Snow Leopard and use Time Machine to restore all of your pictures/movies/music and the like?

I'm going to assume it's a no go since Time Machine is capable of a full system backup -- it may just turn your system back into Leopard?

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OS X :: Time Machine And Snow Leopard Restore?

Jun 14, 2009

I am a little new to Time Machine, so I was wondering if anyone could answer this? I am currently using Time Machine to backup my Mac. I am running Leopard and I want to move to Snow Leopard when it comes out. When i get Snow Leopard, I will perform a reformat on my hard drive so its a nice fresh install. My question is what options will I get when I get when I go to install it as I have Time Machine? I'll be honest and say I'll be happy to just copy across my iTunes, iPhoto, contacts and calender over to Snow Leopard and not worry about anything else (stuff like downloading Firefox takes seconds and isn't a problem). Is this an option? Can i just install Snow Leopard totally fresh, then connect the Time Machine drive and copy the iTunes (etc etc) folders/files/docments over to my fresh install?

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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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OS X :: Snow Leopard And Time Server Requests

Sep 6, 2009

I have been having somewhat sketchy network problems since upgrading to Snow Leopard the biggest one is that large updates to Time Machine fail with a network error. So I have been doing some digging and I noticed on my stats at OpenDNS that since installing Snow Leopard the requests to time.apple.com have gone from 175/day (already more than necessary) to 1745/day. Also the requests made by OpenDNS updater to myip.dnsomatic.com have gone from 36/day to 1462/day.

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OS X :: Time Machine In Snow Leopard Slow

Sep 8, 2009

I just tried and everything seems non-responsive or on a 2 minute delay. I use Time Capsule and Time Machine and things are just not acceptable at this speed.

Also, I don't think the archives are right. I used to have a ton of things on my desktop - most of which I cleaned recently by moving or deleting the files.

However, going back a few months in Time Machine, the only files that show up in my desktop folder/view are the ones that are on my desktop today. All the older, moved or deleted files no longer show up in Time Machine.

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OS X :: Long Sleep Time For Snow Leopard?

Sep 18, 2009

It takes 10.6.1 35 seconds to go to sleep. Anyone else having issues like this? It takes in about a second. I could shutdown faster than it takes to sleep but damn.

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OS X :: How To Improve Boot Time In Snow Leopard

Nov 23, 2009

My boot time is 34 seconds, I counted from the moment I hit the switch on button to the moment it enters the OS.

I remember I was able to boot Windows XP in 17 second before on my Pentium 4 many years ago. I would like to improve my boot time, is there anyway to do it?

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OS X :: Cannot Backup To Time Machine With Snow Leopard

Feb 18, 2010

I have a Apple Time Capsule which is used as a Time Machine Backup Facility and also a Wireless Hub for File Sharing and Internet Connection. I've been using Leopard for a couple of years without any significant problems. The other day, I installed Snow Leopard and suddenly, I'm facing a number of different problems and errors regarding backups to the Time Machine with the Time Capsule.

First, I was facing problems with a Case Sensitive error and now that I have ejected the Time Capsule, the Disk Utility has come up with a different name altogether and now I have the added problem of disk space on the time capsule. I know I could re-format and start over but that would defeat the whole point of my backups. The Time Machine/Capsule should re-write over the old backups when making space for new ones but its just giving me an error about not enough disk space.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Time Machine - Another Network Using ID (No DNS)

Feb 27, 2012

My issue with time machine is it says another network is using my id. Now amber light is continuous even after restart, and says I have no dns.

Info:
time machine, Mac OS X (10.6.3)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Can't Setup Time Machine?

Apr 5, 2012

If I open Time Machine app I get the message 'your time machine backup disk can't be found'. When I click on the 'setup time machine' option the window closes and nothing happens. 

Info:
imac 2.4GHZ, 6GB RAM, 500GB HD, Mac OS X (10.6.6), RME FF400

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Backing Up On Time Machine

Apr 11, 2012

If I am backing up everything on a external hard drive using time machine and it hasn't finished can I stop it and start it again the next day?

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Time Machine Error 11 With 10.6.8?

Apr 25, 2012

I finally upgraded to Snow Leopard. I have some older software and everything was working fine, so I delayed. I have an Intel 2 x 2.66 Dual Core. Now, I keep getting an error whenever I try to run Time Machine. So far, this is what I have done: Used disk Utility, Disk Warrior, then disk utility again (erased back up drive), then downloaded and reinstalled using the 10.6.8 combo update. Disk Utility again. Tried to backup and got the same error: The backup was not performed because an error occurred while copying files to the backup disk.  

After reading online I downloaded and installed backup buddy (I think) Anyway, this is the error that it gives: Starting standard backup?Backing up to: /Volumes/Backup/Backups.backupdb?Backup content size: 91.4 GB excluded items size: 65.6 MB for volume Knight/Freelance?No pre-backup thinning needed: 109.60 GB requested (including padding), 364.91 GB available

Error: (2) setxattr for key:com.apple.backupd.SnapshotVolumeUUID path:/Volumes/Backup/Backups.backupdb/Cris Chapin’s Mac Pro/2012-04-24-150718.inProgress/79588860-5BD3-4E5D-BFB6-43E7F02A9BCA/Knight/Fr eelance size:37

[code]...

Info:
Mac Intel, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Why Must Log In Each Time Turn On Computer

May 17, 2012

Using snow leopard 10.6.8, I have the same password for my user id and my keychain login. Why do I still have to give my user password every time I turn on the computer? This is about my eighth mac and I have never had to do this before.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Backups Not Available In Time Machine

May 18, 2012

The only way I can see my backups in Time Machine is by using the "option" key and selecting "browse other time macnine disks.  However, there is only one Time Machine disk, only one backup appears in the list, there is only one backup directory on the Drobo where I put the backup and I can't find a backup directory anywhere else. HOw do I reset Time Machine so that it defaults to the "other" backup? 

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Cannot Backup To Time Machine

Jun 4, 2012

I had to have the old hard drive replaced on my macbook pro running Snow Leopard 10.6.8 operating system. It was replaced at the apple store. I brought it home and yesterday restored it from the last time machine backup of my old hard drive which was Friday.That appears to be the only backup on the external hard drive I've been using with Time machine.

Today, it gets an error message. "Time Machine could not complete the backup. This backup is too large for the backup disk"...etc.

It is almost like it is trying to completely back up the new hard drive even though it was just restored from it. Is it because it thinks it is a different drive or something because it is a new hard drive?I don't want to delete the one good backup that I have but, I want to be able to use time machine to back anything up.

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Time Machine Backup Stall

Oct 12, 2009

So finally I hooked up an external HD to my iMac 24 to use with Time Machine. My internal drive is partitioned into several sections and the system partition of about 80GB is supposed to be backed up to this eternal drive which is a 500GB, freshly formatted. Setup is easy enough. After Time Machine starts backing up it goes to about 100MB then it stalls. Essentially it keeps running, the turning clock symbol in the menubar is spinning but no data is moved.

At this point I can stop back up and then do click 'Back Up Now' in the menu at which time it will copy a few kb's and then halt displaying '2KB of 60.96GB'. I realize that there must be something on my HD it doesn't like to copy but unlike in my other backup app I don't know how to find that. The Console doesn't tell me much. I have done repeated Repair Permissions but it doesn't help.

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MacBook Pro :: How To Speed Up Boot Time In Snow Leopard

Sep 20, 2010

I just bought my MBP few weeks ago ... and I realized the boot time is getting a bit longer.

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Change Time Machine Interval?

Oct 10, 2010

Has anyone figured out how to change the time machine backup interval in SNOW LEOPARD?

i don't want a third party app or anything, i just want to go in terminal or textedit and set a new interval.

for any of you who are going to tell me to modify the com.apple.backupd-auto.plist file. i cant find one, and i believe this is unique to 10.6. there is a regular backupd.plist file, a -wake.plist, and -attach.plist, but none of them list the "start interval" key that i saw.

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OS X :: Reinstall Snow Leopard From Time Machine Backup Possible

Dec 30, 2010

I just got a new 1tb sata 2.5in and I want to install it, but I do not have my snow leopard disk. If I use a leapord disk will it reinstall snow leapord from my time machine backup or do I need to find my snowleapord disk?

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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 :: Snow Leopard With Time Machine - SMB Shares Not Working

Aug 28, 2009

On 10.5 I used to have time machine backing up to a remote smb share using the time machine hacks to create a sparsebundle image on the smb share. No longer working with 10.6 - always get an error. Why apple couldn't make time machine get along with smb shares natively out of the box is simply beyond me.

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Clean Install With Time Machine?

Aug 30, 2009

am thinking about doing a clean install of Snow Leopard, but was wondering about the use of Time Machine in the Migration Assistant after it's re-installed. I have a lot of music, documents,apps etc (probably around 70-80gb) on my Time Machine backup that I would need to re-install. When you choose Time Machine in the migration assistant, does it let you choose what to pull off the Time Machine, or does it just take everything?

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