HT3275: Time Machine: Troubleshooting backup issuesLearn about Time Machine: Troubleshooting backup issues
Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2012 6:39 AM (in response to SPLIM_SG)
You need to "point" your Mac at the Time Capsule to start backups again.
Click on the Time Machine "clock" icon at the top of the screen
Click Time Machine Preferences
Click Select Disk....or it might say Add or Remove Disk
Click to select your Time Capsule
Click Use for Backup or Use Disk
Currently Being ModeratedDec 2, 2012 8:26 PM (in response to SPLIM_SG)
I could not "locate" my time capsule...
I had tried resetting by holding the reset button for more than 1 sec, for which the time capsule was displayed as default name and I had managed to select it, follow the steps to set the new name and password etc. However, the process always abandon at the last step with the message "An unexpected error occured. Try again.".
Currently Being ModeratedDec 2, 2012 9:36 PM (in response to SPLIM_SG)
It appears that the wireless settings on your new router and the Time Capsule are not compatible. The Time Capsule wants to see a wireless security setting of WPA2 Personal on your new router.
That means that the setting on the new wireless router for wireless security must be set to use that same WPA2 Personal setting. Otherwise, the new router and Time Capsule will not be able to establish a connection using wireless only.
If you have tried the set up multiple times and the TC will not connect using wireless only.....you will need to connect the Time Capsule to your new router using a permanent wired Ethernet connection.