Well dang me. I don't understand this now. I was getting ready to update my backup with SuperDuper and it says my Time Machine is using the internal HD too? Can this be? I looked and could not find it on the HD.
• So from my previous post, can you see anything I've done wrong?
• For whatever reason TM chose my internal HD to make a folder named: Backups.backupdb/katescomputer, and it remained empty throughout all TM backing up, I don't know. I tried deleting that folder and running TM but it reappeared and remained empty.
.. I don't get why you have SuperDuper restarting then booting from the backup, and why it mentions making a restorable dmg.
• I always had SD restart/boot from the backup to make sure it was valid and working.
• The dmg? I don't know. Sounded like another insurance clause for free .
• This little bit of sad news, though not earth-shattering, I can live without my TM recent backups. [sad] In the SD screen capture, it says it will replace TM backups on my external HD with my internal HD TM info -- which was empty/none/zilch.
• I do have a valid, working, bootable backup of my now internal HD.
____________________ Also take a screen shot of Fantom Backup, and the window in SuperDuper under Options.
• Will do that in a few.
Edited by KateSorensen (10/24/1307:25 PM) Edit Reason: Made it more long-winded ;)
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