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Using the Time Machine - Mac OS X Leopard

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo technology expert Justin Zagri explains how to use the time machine to back up your data in Leopard. Using the Time Machine --------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have an external hard drive, you can use the Time Machine to back up your computer's data automatically. To set up the Time Machine:?1. Plug your external hard drive into your computer.?2. When the hard drive appears on your desktop, go to System Preferences and select the Time Machine icon.?3. The Time Machine window will open and give you options for setting up the backup. You can turn it off or on, select a disk or edit the options.?Click Select Disk to choose a hard drive to use and then click Use for Backup.?4. You will return to the main window and the Time Machine will be switched to the On position. It will automatically be set to back up your data in 115 seconds.?5. To back up your data immediately, click on the Time Machine icon on the right side of the top bar. Select Back Up Now from the options. The Time Machine will calculate the changes and prepare the items to back up. This may take some time, so it's a good idea to perform a backup overnight.?6. To use the Time Machine to find an item, click on the Time Machine icon on the right side of the top bar. Select Enter Time Machine.?7. You will be taken to a new window view that allows you to access the contents of the Time Machine by folders. You can scroll back to a specific date using the Finder window and view documents that are backed up on the disk.? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/using-the-time-machine-in-mac-os-x-leopard/
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