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Can Someone advise me please what is the Folder that Iv'e marked ?

I have a CrashPlan backup software - maybe related ?

Thanks.

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Mar 3, 2018 4:36 AM in response to rony-z In response to rony-z

Those files are created by "CrashPlan".


Any backup strategy is better than none, but that product is not a very good choice. As you probably know its "home" version been deprecated anyway, so if that's what you're using you will soon need to find a replacement.


I rely exclusively on multiple, redundant Time Machine backups kept offsite and have no non-Apple offsite backup products to recommend. Although I don't use it, "Backblaze" seems to get fewer complaints than others though.

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Mar 3, 2018 4:40 AM in response to John Galt In response to John Galt

I have used iDrive to augment my 2 backups, the 'real' backups but restoration turned out to be such a chore I stopped doing that, I have yet to find an online solution that is any good. Backblaze is just more of the same as far as I am concerned.

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Mar 3, 2018 11:02 AM in response to Manolis_from_Prague In response to Manolis_from_Prague

Have you tried to restore one yet, making a backup does nothing of value, restoring it is what matters. Erase your Mac and restore your Backblaze backup then you will know if it works.

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