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Follow the steps mentioned below for running First Aid on Time Machine:. If the above solution does not help to bring your Time Machine backup drive to normalcy, then the drive is corrupt or deleted; you require a Mac Data Recovery Software to retrieve lost data in such situation. It will salvage your backup from all logical errors in the Time Machine storage disk. The software is a handy tool to have as it also supports recovery from encrypted and formatted hard drives.
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Unless you want to restore old, deleted files or previous versions of files, go to the Latest folder. To restore all your personal files to your Windows PC, navigate to this folder, select it, and click the Extract button. You could also extract individual files or every single backup file. I ran everything succesfully, except the last step: reload the backed-up data via Migration assistant. Strange behaviour, or error on my side? Cool - thanks. Being stupid and fussy I want the real one ;. I'll keep an eye on things in that case.
Another thing do you know the reason why a restore can't be done during a Recovery? Is there just no option to mount the share during Recovery - I haven't actually ever done one Yeah, there's no way to mount the partition during recovery sadly. It's unlikely we'll ever find a fix for this either. Can you move other files to the drive? If not, check your permissions on the server side. Not sure what else the problem could be, what kind of error do you get?
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Dunno if this might help anyone, but I found that by starting my script with a delay command helped it to mount my smb share much more consistently. The delay gives time for my laptop to actually connect to the network before giving up. I just added. It assumes seconds, apparently. You may need to extend it if you take longer to connect.
Hope this helps someone. Thank you for the tutorial! A solid backup of my wife's laptop was LONG overdue, since it has most of the pictures of my 3 year old on it! Sorry I didn't read this to begin with I thought I -HAD- read all the comments and then when you told me to read the comments I noticed there's a "load 10 more comments" at the bottom of the screen, which must be expanded several times. I tried all passwords, none work It shouldn't be asking for your password at all, are you sure you didn't name the network share Time Machine?
Thanks a million for this post! Now I can actually use SMB 3. Thanks for this post. Everything was described very clearly, and I actually got most of this to work, which is amazing because I know nothing about computer speak. The only issue I am having is that my NAS has a password required, so I believe I need to somehow incorporate that step into the Applescript so that I can mount at startup. Error I receive when running the script is:. There was a problem connecting to the server The share does not exist on the server. Please check the share name, and then try again.
Time machine is successfully pointed to the sparse bundle on the NAS, and the size of that sparse bundle is correct, and I have already performed a backup. Any chance someone can help me with the Applescript, otherwise not a huge issue to manually mount. I'm afraid I'm not sure how to modify the script to include a password, sorry! I've since set up Control Plane to automate mounting, check out my tutorial here:.
Glad the article was helpful! I'd consider it a favour if you shared it with anyone who might be interested. When I run the script, I get the following error:. Here is the script as I ran it. Thanks for any help. Hey Joe! The first error you're seeing is because there's a space in the name of the network share — this gets weird fast. The quick fix is to rename the share to something without a space. The second problem, I think, is because you have too many drives mounted named "TimeMachine".
Again, the simplest fix is to name your sparsebundle something else entirely just to avoid confusion. Okay, I might be totally off base here, but the only way I can figure that you got that error is if you tried to point time machine at the network drive where the sparsebundle is instead of the mounted bundle itself.
That's not it, is it? I just tried the method again just to make sure and it worked for me on Yosemite.
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What version of OS X are you running? Justin you were correct. I named my sparsebundle and network share the same, so when I ran the command it selected the network share over the sparsebudle. Heads up for anyone else having the same issue. Pick a different name for your bundle and network share. Thanks for the good article. Because it's unsupported, Recovery HD won't see the drive on the network. And, outside of OS X, you can't use the command to manually assign the drive.
There's no way around this that I've found. Rob Nightingale.
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Gary, Thank you! Is this still a working solution on the newest versions of OSX? In this help document HT Link maybe? Brilliant, thanks for sharing! Thanks for posting!
Dude, this is brilliant. You have done what I've been trying forever. So clever. The sparsebundle file volume is mounted correctly using the Login script method. Any ideas how to debug this? Guanos for the tip! It helps a lot! Now point tmutil with setdestionation to this mounted Volume. Justin, Thanks for this tutorial.
I've got everything set up and purring along fine.
Any way around this you think? Otherwise I will just create another share and have my second laptop back up onto that share. I guess there really is no other way around it : Thanks for the alternative though! I'm just glad you've got a backup system up and running now, enjoy the peace of mind! Holy smokes -- this really needs to be added to the tutorial above! Hi I did exactly what this article suggested. Same thing here. Did you find any solution? Shared drive is on Windows 7, is 1. Have you ensured that all drives are unmounted before repeating the process?
Every time. I make sure it's like I'm starting from scratch. Well darn. Thanks for your help! I'll keep trying. Yep, I have both set up right now actually! Thank you. That's great news. It looks like I could use a Time Capsule with a wired connection rather than wirelessly. Thank you for all your help, Justin. Any way to encrypt the sparsebundle image and have the script enter the password automatically? Did you mount the local sparsebundle instead of the networked one?
I hope it works out for you! I got this error too. The step I totally glossed over was: "Once everything has copied you can then delete the remaining image on your desktop. Thanks, Vish. I think is possible but i'm not so sure. This sounds like it would work, but I'm not sure at all. Maybe test it before relying on it? Hi Justin, Just started looking at this.
Cheers Mike. Thanks for this tutorial. Thanks Tiago. Hi, Hope you may have seen this. Rebooted server and mac with no luck. I will keep looking into it and post if I find a fix I'm glad you got it working, Jerry! You have to add -volname TimeMachine to Your Command to name it correctly. At first it looked plain, but eventually the Time Machine icon did show up for me. Thanks for the guide, very useful!
Also, I wanted encryption. I just added delay 10 to the top of the script given above in addition to a few other minor modifications as I'm not fluent in this scripting language. Thanks for the idea, it's a good one! You should suggest it on Sean's post as well. Hey Justin, Thanks a million for this post! I'm really glad it was helpful!
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Error I receive when running the script is: There was a problem connecting to the server If not, and for others, try this. Dude, you're amazing! I just spent the last 3 hours trying to figure this out. Thanks a lot! This didn't work for me.