Member Since: Apr 26, 2008
Mac Specs: 2013 MBA 13" - 10.9.3 & iPad - iOS 5.1
04-16-2014, 02:06 PM
Here is the trick.
open the console.app and look in the log files for events marked as " com.apple.backupd " and look at what time machine is doing.
If it is doing a deep traversal of your disk, or verifying it's database, that can take a long time.
Golden advice is to let Time Machine finish what it started, even if it takes a very long time.
If you interrupt it, the next time it will take even longer. :-)
So have a look at those logs and see what happens in the background.
Cheers ... McBie
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