I don't think so, but I'm looking at Apple.com<br><br>Reading about Time Machine, I did find this: "(Moral of the story: The larger the drive, the farther back in time you can back up.)"<br><br>Is that grammatically correct? (farther) Sounds like it should be further, but then again, I have bad grammer. <br><br>
I read the whole page for TIme Machine and it does look like you need an external drive! Huh. That's weird...wonder why that is?<br><br><br>I did find this in the Tech Specs:<br><br>Feature-specific requirements<br>Time Machine<br><br>Time Machine requires an additional hard drive (sold separately).<br><br>So, it might not have to be an external one....<br><br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by OSXaddict on 10/24/07 07:48 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
It better not be just external. I just installed two 500 GB drives in my G5 tower. <br><br>I think they make reference to external drives because the majority of Macs produced right now only have single HD capability. Only the towers have room for multiple drives. <br><br>
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