Currently Being ModeratedOct 22, 2013 7:55 PM (in response to Shade843)
Currently Being ModeratedOct 23, 2013 11:14 AM (in response to Shade843)
In addtion to Kappy's suggestion:
Before you start installing Mavericks make sure the Time Machine backup is up to date.
Then unplug the Time Machine disk while you are installing Mavericks.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 31, 2013 6:31 AM (in response to Shade843)
Update: Finally... (cross-post, but mey be useful to you)
At least for the Promise Pegasus R4... but I noticed on other threads that WD drives are also acting up too so this might work with them too.
I turned off Time Machine, and deleted that pesky .plist file, again. I unplugged the R4, power and thunderbolt, then played whack the gopher with the drives swapping them around randomly. I reintalled Mavericks from a fresh download, yet again, then set Time Machine to backup on a fast USB 3TB drive (which it did in 6 hours or so). Then I turned off Time Machine, deleleted that .plist file again, rebooted the iMac, plugged in the R4, reformatted it again with Disk Utility, then hooked it to Time Machine, said a few slightly heretic prayers to whatever demons came with Maverick, and 2 minutes later Time Machine started to backup and report 1 hour to complete... the hour isn't up yet, but I'm crossing everything I have 2 of...
I've noticed a few other 'didn't copy over or mesh well' things with Maverick, but that's a different thread and 2 updates from now once we all suffer through this extended beta-test by Apple.
John Galt posted this on another thread... to find and delete that pesky .plist file:
and follow that to:
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