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Old 09-24-2008, 09:29 PM
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scheduled bacup does not occur

I know I am doing something stupid but...its been about a year and I am at my wifes 24 inch IMAC running 10.4.11 and I am unable to get the schedule backup to work, still...I am were I was a year ago, I have upgraded SD, bought a new license, deleted all previous SD related files, reinstalled, reregistered, I can schedule the backup to on minute from now and wait and watch and it does not happen. It is a Lacie firewire drive for which a backup on command works just fine and creates a good bootable copy. To add insult to the situation my daughters identical computer, including OS version etc., 10 ft away from this one, does backup on schedule perfectly and has so for over a year and I have set them both up in the same way. I tried swapping the drive out last year with another LACIE but it made no difference.
Any suggestions?
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