The Backup Image Could Not Be Created Error 45
Error 45" Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 2011-01-01 02:51 PM I had this error and after hours I doesn't feel very comfortable. Open a terminal window and paste the following in (then hit return, of course): defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1 Mounted network drives will then show up in the list of destinations I have a stand along PC that I use as a file server. his comment is here
and even the hangup isnt one: u can simply restore the image to a free partition. My only guess is that the network share the sparesbundle is on, and the sparsebundle itself, share a name? Now that I've got everything sorted out, I'm ready to do the initial time machine back up on it. Reply Jimi Rosenkrantz July 29, 2015 at 2:22 am Whoop!
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Reply Justin Pot January 7, 2016 at 3:16 pm Only if you server can share the drive using AFP, which is the only network protocol Time Machine supports. Another thing do you know the reason why a restore can't be done during a Recovery ? Author: (forget stored information) Author Email (optional): Author URL (optional): Post: ↓ | ↑ Some HTML allowed:
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Reply A Geek September 6, 2016 at 9:09 pm Brilliant, thanks for sharing! As noted in other posts, the main thing to remember is the new user name:Netgear Stora Time Machine OSX Set up - 2013 Jan- Open Time Machine (under System Preferences or It won't hang around. After a few days of frustration, I came across this.
The computer name. Time Machine Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created Error Null Tell Time Machine To Backup To Your Mounted Drive Now for the magic step: telling Time Machine to use your virtual drive for backups. Thanks to you, I'm now backing up to my DNS-323 with Time Machine.I have spaces in my computer name and I had to use absolute paths, so my command looked like http://www.levelofindirection.com/journal/2009/10/10/using-a-networked-drive-for-time-machine-backups-on-a-mac.html As I stated previously this post was written before the firmware change that created the Stora and Stora2 devices.
Any ideas how to debug this? For instance i use: mymac. Hope the new setup works for you. Foliovision Pro Support Username Password Remember Me Lost Password FooterWordPress MIGRATION WP to WPEngine Moving from Typepad to WordPress Movable Type to WordPress Joomla to WordPress Our Plugins FV WordPress Flowplayer
Time Machine Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created Error Null
When it reaches the target (eg. 67GB), the target starts to increase again and it goes on for another hour or so then stops not completing the first full backup!! Time Machine Time Machine is Apple's easy-to-use backup system, baked into OS X (as of Leopard). Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null)) any idea what it could be and how I could change this? There should've been a warning son that...
Thank-you... this content I have chosen 150 GB) Volume Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Encryption: None Partitions: No partition map Image Format: Sparse bundle disk image Note: Disk utility automatically mounts the image to Reply John Link December 17, 2015 at 6:35 pm Thank you. You may also have a USB based device, such as a mobile broadband device.
Mary-Anna January 9, 2016 at 6:18 pm Well darn. The previous step can be done by one command in terminal: hdiutil create -size 150g -fs HFS+J -volname "Backup of MacAlec" MacAlec_00ef9a048c4f.sparsebundle 3. A solid backup of my wife's laptop was LONG overdue, since it has most of the pictures of my 3 year old on it! weblink Reply Justin Pot February 28, 2015 at 8:31 pm I'm glad we could figure it out!
Often, after doing this, Time Machine will appear to start preparing a backup then fail with a cryptic error code.
by the way I only get a plain TimeMachine finder icon - is this right ? Instead mount the sparsebundle by double clicking it. Reply Joe March 4, 2015 at 8:50 pm Justin, The path of the sparsebundle is //paulnas/Time Machine/TimeMachine.sparsebundle. Probably cause of the large volume of read/write operations being performed on the share.
Unfortunately, I had to rearrange the space on the disk and reformatted it. I kept getting the following error message: "Time Machine could not complete the backup. Serve ads with your videos starting today! http://openoffice995.com/could-not/the-backup-disk-image-could-not-be-created-error-10.php He loves technology, people and nature – and tries to enjoy all three whenever possible.
For changing this fact we have to type following command to the terminal: defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1 After that, you should see mounted network harddrive in TimeMachine's locations for backup. For everyone else with the same issue, the reason is Jarlath did not read closely enough. Basically it couldn't connect to the current backup because none existed.