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Hi I installed Snow Leopard, and if I try to launch a backup I see time machine backup progress bar preparing disk, then stopping in 5 second, and no backup is stored...

how can I solve? Thanx

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Hi,

What's about PlatformUUID.kext with patch? I tried to remove it... Console showed every time, i tried to backup "Error 35"...

With this kext it is working...

mfg.Felix

P.S.: Sorry for my English ;)

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Open System Profiler – About This Mac/More Info.../Software/Logs – and check your system.log for Time Machine related entries. What does it tell you?

You might need to reselect the backup drive again – System Preferences / Time Machine / Select Disc...

Tip: Backing up a Leopard partition/drive doesn't seem to work in Snow Leopard as I kept getting kernel panics when I did!

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I solved using efi string.
Thanx!

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I solved using efi string.
Thanx!

May I ask what kind of device property you added?

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you have to use efi studio, add ethernet device

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you have to use efi studio, add ethernet device

Right. Just what I thought.





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