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Old 07-09-2009, 11:31 AM
jsw jsw is offline
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Time Machine asks about my drive after every backup

Been using SD for a long time. I recently got a new computer and new set of backup drives. Now after every backup I'm presented with the Time Machine popup "Do you want to use BootableBackup to back up with Time Machine?". I hit cancel every morning. I've verified that Time Machine is off via System Preferences. I've turned it on and back off. I've rebooted. Why can't I get rid of this daily popup? This didn't happen with my previous setup. The most significant change is I'm now using portable drives powered by the USB connection. And they have GUID partition table.

Mac Mini
OS X 10.5.7
SD! 2.5 (v84)
Seagate FreeAgent Go (possibly ran SDDiskTool to set GUID)

thanks,
jeff
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