8 Replies Latest reply: Sep 17, 2013 10:33 PM by BDAqua
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Hi all, I just upgraded my macbook's hard drive to a 320gb one, then did a system restore from Time Machine on the external hard drive. Everything went well and I can still go back in time with Time Machine. However, when I turned time machine back on, it made a second backup instead of just adding to the old one like it used to so its using twice the amount of space that it needs to. Also, when I do a search in time machine it finds the same item twice this way. So I turned time machine off and deleted the 2nd most recent backup and still have the old ones where it would only add to it if there were changes. Any way to solve this problem or should I just delete all the old backups and start over?

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.5.8)