My new hard drive died the last week and had to put my old drive backup into my Mac Mini, which is running Snow Leopard. I was then able to restore my latest Time Machine backup.
When I upgraded a few months ago I used Carbon Copy and I had permission problems.
So I have my old drive in my system at the moment, but when I try to do a Time Machine backup, it's VERY slow. It's using the same settings / locations as before. I download TM Buddy, which says...
Starting standard backup Backing up to: /Volumes/Mac Time Machine/Backups.backupdb Event store UUIDs don't match for volume: Macintosh HD Waiting for index to be ready (100) Waiting for index to be ready (100) Node requires deep traversal:/ reason:must scan subdirs|new event db| No pre-backup thinning needed: 109.39 GB requested (including padding), 121.15 GB available
I'm trying to do a backup so I can put in another new drive, so I can do a Time Machine restore, like I did last week.
What can I do to fix this problem?