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Old 09-30-2009, 05:44 PM
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Backup on Connect not working

I've had an issue with "Backup on Connect". The feature works perfectly on my own laptop with Leopard installed. When I mount my firewire drive, SuperDuper opens and begins its backup immediately.

I had different luck with a friend, though. I upgraded his SuperDuper installation to the 2.6.1, and failed to get "backup on connect" to work.

Here are the specifics:

He's got a PowerBook G4 with 512 MB of RAM running the latest version of Tiger. He's got a LaCie external drive connected through Firewire with two partitions on it.

I deleted all of the schedules and created the schedule with "backup on connect" selected as a completely new schedule.

When I connect the drive, SuperDuper does nothing. If I launch SuperDuper and do the copy manually, everything goes as expected.

Any suggestions on how debug things to get this feature working?
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