1358 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 12, 2010 10:11 AM by Pierre-Antonin
until recently I was operating as it follows: one iMac (Leopard) and one MacBook pro (Snow Leopard) both connected wireless to a Time Capsule. The back up were working fine for both computers. I have then installed a utility called Back in Time to enhance the info you get about back-ups.
I must admit I might have caused some damage to the disk image for the back up for the iMac. At this point nothing is happening any more during the back-up process for the iMac. Meanwhile the back up process for the MacBook pro keep working fine so far.
At this point I am thinking about starting the back-up process from scratch for the iMac: I mean erase the back ups made in the past and start from fresh (without causing problems to what has been done for the MacBook pro). How can I do that?
If you use the Finder to mount the disk in the Time Capsule (probably called "Data"), you should see a "sparsebundle" file for each of your Macs. Just drag the one you want to erase to the trash. It should be deleted immediately, but if not then empty the trash.