Time machine Mac Backup vs HITACH external Tags: Hitachi Backup Macintosh Mac OS X Last response: January 5, 2013 6:38 AM in Mac Os X Share Carl H January 4, 2013 5:30:20 PM HI Since I upgraded my Mac to OS x 10.8.2 my time machine schedule backup is not working anymore it is not recognizing my HITACHI XL1000 Is there an updtae to perform on the HITACHI itself??? More about : time machine mac backup hitach external JustSomeJoe January 5, 2013 6:38:48 AM Does the drive show on the DeskTop: If it does, Have you tried going into TimeMachine Settings and re-selecting the drive. If it doesn't show try another USB port and cable, if that doesn't do anything it's often the power supply. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Toshiba external hard drive as time machine for mac Forum How can I install Mac OS X 10.9 onto an external HDD and run on a windows machine? Forum Internal vs External HDDs for Data Backup Forum i just bought a mac book pro and restored it from my time machine back up. no i can't find all the apps that are supposed to Forum Solvedfirst time backing up stuff... cloning vs backup softwares? Forum Backup software Windows 8 with Apple Time Machine features Forum SolvedOptical vs. external HD for back-up Forum mac time machine alternative for windows 7 Forum Cloud Storage (WD My Cloud) vs External HDD for System Image Backup? Forum Using Mac Time machine with a PC Forum Time Machine Backup using Internal PC Drive Via SATA Need Help Forum Re-partitioning Time Machine Drive for use as Windows backup as well Forum Mac Mini, Time Machine & Sophos AV Forum Bluray Backup VS External Harddrive Backup Forum Backup: RAID vs Incremental, Internal vs External Forum Reliable NAS for movie storage/streaming & Time Machine backups? Forum External USB Time Machine and Disk Utility Forum SyncToy vs other options for external storage/backup? Forum Raid 1 vs external drive for backup Forum Reliability of external hard drive vs DVD for system backup Forum More resources Read discussions in other Mac Os X categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !