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  1. swissfondue
    swissfondue July 3, 2008 at 1:40 am |

    Thank you for the post. I will retrieve the Apple Extreme N station I lent my neighbours and try it with my MacBook Air.

  2. Nick Graysen
    Nick Graysen September 22, 2008 at 12:43 am |

    Glad it worked for you Christopher. No luck here. MacBook running 10.5.4 with AEBS on 7.3.2. Seems to be having random results across the board according to all the forum posts I’ve read…though mostly on the positive side of the fence. I’ve tried all the tips on those posts. Lacie Little Disk Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled): failed. Connected directly to Mac first then to AEBS: failed.

    The LaCie always appears on my Time Machine pane, but Time Machine still never accepts it as a Backup destination. I hope Apple managed to sell a handful more Time Capsules by not providing this option, because if they didn’t then that means all they’ve accomplished is to annoy more than a handful of their customers.

  3. Christopher Price
    Christopher Price September 22, 2008 at 11:10 pm |

    Nick, you might want to search newer posts to see my follow-ups. Apple has decided to abandon this, despite their prior commitments.


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